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Rick Snider: Telling the story of the great golf marathon

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The challenge: 600 holes of golf over four days in eight cities. No cart, no breaking 100 in any round. J. Smith Ferebee made it a sucker's bet. The 1938 golf marathon that captivated the nation from Los Angeles to the final putt at the World's Fair in New York went forgotten until former Washington Star sports writer Jim Ducibella discovered a three paragraph newspaper clipping. Thus began...

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