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How Ben Hogan Discovered His Secret

A boy wearing ice spurs plays a long-variant of IJskolf. Adriaen van de Venne, 1626.

A boy wearing ice spurs plays a long-variant of IJskolf. Adriaen van de Venne, (Courtesy Department of Prints and Drawings, British Museum, and Golf Through The Ages)

Bobby Jones was one of the greatest golfers ever. He totally dominated his sport in the 1920s.

Bobby Jones was one of the greatest golfers ever. He totally dominated his sport in the

"The Hole Maker" by R.S.E. Gallen (c. 1835), a portrait of "Old Alick" Brotherton, groundskeeper of Royal Blackheath Golf Club.

"The Hole Maker" by R. Gallen (c. a portrait of "Old Alick" Brotherton, groundskeeper of Royal Blackheath Golf Club.

Portrait of John Whyte Melville, 1874 Giclee Print by Sir Francis Grant at AllPosters.com

Portrait of John Whyte Melville, 1874

Portrait of John Whyte-Melville, (twice named Captain of the Royal And Ancient Golf Club). This portait was commissioned in 1874 and painted by Sir Francis Grant who was a personal friend of Whyte-Melville.

A whole length image of a man in a brown coat, lantern in hand, standing beside a watch box

An official Boston document notes the "great Number of poor. who can scarcely procure, from day to day daily Bread for themselves & Families.

Early Images of Golf Scotland

The True History of Golf Part V: Early Golf in Scotland - The Dutch Connection

A vintage ad for Wills Cigarettes featuring Prestwick's 17th Green. Prestwick was the site of the 1st Open Championship

A vintage ad for Wills Cigarettes featuring Prestwick's Green. Prestwick was the site of the Open Championship

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