A narrator introduces this series of golf lessons featuring recent Grand Slam winner, Bobby Jones. The goal is to help players improve and to introduce the game to those who've never played. Bobby's on the course hitting practice shots when Dick Bartelmess invites him to watch two men on the 18th green who compete with each other every day. After Frank Craven misses a short putt to lose a bet with Joe E. Brown, Jones offers Craven a putting lesson. Bobby illustrates his grip, stance, back swing, and stroke. Craven takes a few practice putts and then calls Brown back for double or nothing. Written by
Did You Know?
According to a newspaper article written by Bobby Jones' Boswell, O.B. Keeler, Frank Craven actually made the final 30 foot putt on the first take and actually won a true bet from Joe E. Brown. See more