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In four months in the summer of 1930, Bobby Jones, a twenty-eight-year-old amateur did what sports writers described as the impossible, winning the British Amateur Championship, the British Open, the United States Open, and the United States Amateur Championship. Here, from Pulitzer-Prize winner Red Smith, is the captivating story of Jones's Grand Slam.
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About the Author
Pulitzer-Prize winner Red Smith, one of the most admired sports writers of all time, was a columnist for The New York Times.