By Bobby Jones

This is Bobby Jones’ second and final autobiography. From 1923 to 1930, Jones won 13 national championships, and from 1922-1930 he was first or second in the U.S. Open, save one year.

The impossible was accomplished by Bobby Jones in the magical year of 1930 when he won the British Amateur and Open Championships and the U. S. Amateur and Open Championships. Shortly thereafter, Bobby Jones announced he would play no more tournament golf, enigmatically stepping from the loftiest of competitive heights into the annals of golf history.

Foreword by Bernard Darwin.