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George Duncan & Son

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From the seldom referred to sports page of a 1921 VANITY FAIR MAGAZINE came this article about championchip golf:

"Now our golfing cousins from the land of the Thistle and Rose are sending another pair, who might well be christened the New Mandarins of Golf. One is is George Duncan of Scotland. The other is Abe Mitchell of England. And in addition to giving battle in our in our Open Championship at Columbia, Washington, D.C., they will display their wares in exhibition matches before 250,000 of our golfing citizens in another one of those extended tours that bring in a lot of kale and almost as many blisters."

George Duncan and his son can be seen on the right.

     


George Duncan and Abe Mitchell at the Columbia Country Club (Vanity Fair Magazine, 1921)

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