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The most successful amateur golfer ever to compete on a global stage, Bobby Jones pokes fun at a sportswriter in this typed letter dated April 23, 1963 from his law office in Atlanta. In the body of the letter, Jones makes reference to Jack Nicklaus, who was just making a name for himself at the time with three major championships to his credit. There are three lines of text underlined, and it is signed "Bob" in blue ballpoint ink. The letter - which is snarky in tone - measures 7.5" x 10" and exhibits light creasing.
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