6-iron, 208 yards out and a final round 63. What a way to wrap up a week that started with a freak injury.
The Monterey Peninsula was designed by nature as a great golfing center. The ocean had eaten its way into the coast and made innumerable little bays and arms of the sea. There are sandy beaches, headlands and capes covered with good turf and grass. The setting offered a wonderful opportunity for the genius of the architect. SAMUEL MORSE