The Pinehurst outlook. (Pinehurst, N.C.) 1897-19??, January 14, 1920, MID-WINTER GOLF NUMBER, Page PAGE TWELVE, Image 12
TEE PINEHUBST OUTLOOK PAGE TWELVE Country Club Notes By Jack Twiss fit siMttrolurcr to'rttey "I'll show you how I grip yymy clubs, take my stance for a drive, ayrmashie pitch, an iron shot or on the green. GFll show you how to get back spin on your approach, how to overcome 'pull' or 'slice.' "And I'll do it right in your library, stand there before you, take the rough spots out of your game, give you all the time you want to study details. "I don't just tell you how 1 show you. And I do it through the wonderful invention of Corte-Scope Golf which throws my picture before you as clearly as though I were only six feet away." If you only learn one important thing from studying "Jock" Hutchison, you will be repaid for your $10. In 62 intimate studies of the former open champion, showing every detail of his strokes with all clubs you ought to learn a dozen. There he stands, right before you, as vividly as if he were really with you. You can study him there as you never could if he were actually in motion. Whether you are a be ginner or have played for years, Corte Scope Golf"will help your game. It is a permanent lesson you can practice it time and again. You learn to use your driver, brassie, midiron, cleek, mashie, niblick, jigger and putter perfectly. You couldn't buy a lesson from "Jock" Hutchison in life fo $10. Here you get a permanent lesson of far greater value. "Jock" has improved his own game by studying these inti mate views of himself. We're so sure you'll better your game 25 per cent that we offer to refund your money if you're not perfectly satisfied. New York W A7 San Francisco 701-723 Sangamon St., Chicago Tear Off This Coupon Here THOS. E. WILSON & CO., 701-723 N. Sangamon St., Chicago, 111. Enclosed is my check, money-order, draft or cash for $10. Please send me Corte-Scope Golf with 62 views of "Jock" Hutchison. It is un derstood that if I am not perfectly satisfied (and I am to be the sole judge) mat i can return it to you at your expense and you will refund my money. Write your name and addres clear fy in the margin. Five jolly advertisers, Happy and carefree, , Came down to Pinehurst, On a golfing spree. One found the greens quite fast, Another liked the traps, The third swore the cups were small, His putts rolling past. The fourth could not stop his slice, His troubles grew and grew, The fifth said his golf ly far Was the worst he ever "knew. But each had a royal time, Where the Southern "breezes How, Next year they are coming tack, When the North is wrapped in snow. v Like an invading army the Winter League of Advertising golfers swept into Pinehurst Saturday for their an nual frolic over the famous links of the popular resort. Bringing with them stories of frozen links and snow wrapped courses they fairly make one shiver, but nevertheless they are all welcome again. This year more than ever arrangements have been made to help them to enjoy their sojourn among the sandhills. Their tournament program as arranged by Mr. H. H. Treadwell. Chaiman of the Tournament Comittee, is a spicy one all the way through and should meet the approval of all. For Saturday the bill of fare calls for a Best Ball Handicap, Foursome event. Handicap 3-8 of the lowest han dicap of the pair playing together. Fractions to count. There will be two sets of prizes two in duplicate for each of the two winning couples returning 1st and 2nd best cards. This event should give the early birds an appetite for the big tournament whidh starts Monday, January 12th. The Qualifying Round of the annual tournament starting Monday will find the competition to determine the dif ferent classes very, keen. The 32 best gross scores will constitue Class A, the 32 next best gross scores will constitute Class B, and so on in groups of 32 for as many classes as are necessary. There will be prizes for the Best Gross and three best net scores. On Tuesday A. M. the first round of match play starts. All classes play from scratch. Classes A and B play over No. 3 course. Class C and D over No. 2 course, and additional classes over No. 1 course. Result of first day's match play divides each class into 1st and 2nd sixteens. Tuesday P. M. second match round. Players in 1st sixteen, Class A, play from scratch. In all 16's match play is on handicap. First and second six teen, Classes A and B will play over No. 2 course, classes C and D over No. 3 course; aditional classes over No. 1 course. Result of second day's match play divides each 16 into 1st and 2nd eights. Wednesday, Jan. 14th, thirVl round match pla", all classes. Thursday semi-finals in all classes. Also special event, for the 16 players in each class who have been eliminated from the nTain tournament. This event will be played on No. 3 course in the form of a foursome to be played in the same manner as the foursome of Satur day, Jan. 10th. Friday, final match rounds in all di visions of each class. Saturday. Jan. 17th, a special Red Cross Handicap event will be run off, entrance fee $2.50; the proceeds to be donated to the Red Cfross. All golf players of Pinehurst are invited to par ticipate in this event, f The Winter League of Advertising interests will provide speejial prizes for this event consisting of ten trophies. Play will be in two divisions; players with a handi cap of 15 or less being in the first divi sion. There will be a prize for the best gross, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th nets. . There will also be a women's Tourna ment Monday, play being divided into classes over No. 3 course. In addition to these events there will be a Women's Red Cross Handicap tournament open to all ladies of Pine hurst on Saturday in conjunction with the men's tournament. Starting Monday there will be a Women's Putting Contest and a Men's Putting Contest ' which will continue through the week. This list of events should certainly satisfy the appetites of all and a record breaking entry list is looked for in each event. Jack Jolly, Vice-President of the St. Mungo Manufacturing Company arrived in town Sunday. Jan. 5th, with his golf togs and a supply of Colonel golf balls. Jack is a welcome sight with his cherry ways and admits himself that his game leaves nothing to be desired. Nuff ced. Just to keep the Tin Whistles' rival ry keen he put up a prize of golf ball3 which were competed for on Jan. 8th. A new system of scoring was put into effect by the Tournament Committee, Bogey counting as 1 point, Par 3 points, Birdies 5 points, and Eagle 10 points. W. E. Truesdell captured the first prize with a total of 51 points and J. D. Chapman got second with 44 points. The Tin Whistle competition of Jan uary 5th was in the form of a competi tion against Colonel Bogey; play being divided into classes. F. S. Danforth finished at the top of the heat in Class A, having beaten the Colonel four up, and B. V. Covert won the prize in Class B by turning in a card which showed him two up on the old gentleman. Miss Caroline Bogart captured the prize for the Ladies' Putting Contest of Saturday, January 3rd. Miss Bogart went around , the clock in 23. The Ladies' Tornament on January 8th was in the form of a medal play handicap in two classes. Mrs. Donald Parson won the prize in class A with a net of 91 and Miss Louise Waterhouse captured the prize in Class B with a net of 92.