Robert Tyre Jones

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Noun1.Robert Tyre Jones - United States golfer (1902-1971)Robert Tyre Jones - United States golfer (1902-1971)  
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Bobby Jones Golf Club is a 45-hole municipal facility named for the legendary Robert Tyre Jones, Jr., who personally dedicated the facility on Sunday, February 13, 1927.
A heavily ornate silver trophy was commissioned in the early 1920s to be awarded to the Southern Am winner, and the first name on the trophy is the greatest amateur of them all: Robert Tyre Jones Jr., in 1922.
THE MASTERS Prize money $7m ($1.35m to winner) The course Augusta National, Georgia Field 96 Length 7,445 yards Par 72 Course records - 72 holes 270 Tiger Woods (1997) 18 holes 63 Nick Price (1986), Greg Norman (1996) The cut 44 players plus ties qualify for final 36 holes, along with anyone within ten shots of the lead Originally laid out by Alister Mackenzie and Robert Tyre Jones in 1934, Augusta was lengthened and modernised by Tom Fazio in 2001 in an attempt to 'Tiger-proof' it and lengthened again (another 155 yards) for the 2006 Masters.