Gambling on Golf Is About to Go Ballistic

Gambling on Golf Is About to Go Ballistic

Bobby Jones, the amateur golf great, profited handsomely from his unprecedented exploits in 1930, the year in which he completed the Grand Slam of his era. Thanks to his improbable sweep of the Open and Amateur championships in the U.S. and Britain, Mr. Jones cashed in with a lucrative motion-picture deal, among other opportunities.

Scottish golfer Bobby Cruickshank did OK, too—thanks to Mr. Jones.

When Mr. Jones captured the third leg of the Slam in July at the U.S.

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