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Bobby Jones wins British Open in 1930

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Bobby Jones was one of the world’s first star athletes.  He was a part-time amateur golfer who regularly defeated the professionals despite spending most of his time working as a lawyer.

He retired from competitive golf at the tender age of 28 as the most successful amateur golfer in history, winning multiple majors after a dominant period in the 1920’s.

What’s this got to do with integrity?

There’s a great story of Bobby playing in the US Open in 1925.

He was in the final round and in contention to win the tournament when he hit the ball into the rough.

As he prepared to take his shot, his club moved the ball slightly. 

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