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A few words concerning the difficulty that golf champs (and a few others) face when it comes to defending their titles:

"The most difficult [titles] to defend will undoubtedly be golf. Just a year ago Chick Evans (1890 1979),Alexa Stirling (dates?), Ted Ray (1877 1943), and Jock Hutchinson (1884 - 1977) held the four main golf titles of the United States. Today not one of these survives with his title intact."

     


The Second Test of a Golf Champ (Vanity Fair Magazine, 1922)

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