Sports Clipping from Indianapolis Times, Thu, Jul 4, 1935.

Clipped from US, Indiana, Indianapolis, Indianapolis Times, July 4, 1935

mamXT EXT week thtt Indiana Open i \ 1935 cliamn.onsliip will be plt|rd ever the Brook wood course in j FL Wnyne. mat wfll open JWednesday with an !8-holi* pro- !imrtwr moot over the same course, jThe 73-hole title ptey w® °!**n Thursday morning wirh 36 holes ,tint day and the HUM number Friday. In case of lie it will be played jOff .Saturday, !Bro*k»fiod course is located six iItulcs ^outh of Ft. Wayne on Bluff-loo-lflkd, and while only 5 years old. if m endowed with natural terrain, and onstructmn work has added the required items to make it a beautiful as well as dtfTicult links. |The par 3 holes are considered i extremelv difficult to play, and so!difficult are ihev that the manage- jnient of the course last year offered , a coif ball to each player who hit f the green on a certain number of the par 3 tests. And strange to say.those who collected were few.Harry Colli s. Chicago architect, (designed and built the course and It vm Through his efforts that the hnVs ft* difficult to negotiate were effected tn the perfect manner. Col-lis. who has constructed many court's, said of the Brook wood , course. *This fe one of the most ! potentially beautiful courses I haveever built/* |The hole by hole picture follow -ta arrived at through theefforts of D Armonri Oemmer, golf j writer of the Ft. Wayne News-Bwntinei. IWaatBrvtnn Had! • nd R\PMMAll»*r•rdt.m.Otkatr» fit and StBrook!Sms* er. M' .! . idC D rn«lt;*.Chie*sCtnrint**,IrrinPittidate.Vaueh;MedwtOtrnnVoj.milFo* 1Grwn» J Col John?-*OrientJ CallJohr.M