Published August 1, 1934
From The American Golfer August 1934, a photograph of Henry Cotton taking a shot at the British Open, with the gallery in the background. The event took place at the Royal St. Georges Golf Course that year and Cotton became the first British golfer to win in ten years, taking the trophy back from the Americans. The photographer is unknown. This black and white print measures 8' x 10' and is only available framed (framed size is 12' x 16').
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