Bobby Jones hits out of a fourth hole bunker on his way to winning the British Amateur Championship in St. Andrews, the first of the four Grand Slam titles.
Jones is escorted back to the clubhouse in St. Andrews during the 1930 British Amateur by constables trying to shield him from the enthusiastic crowd.
Jones is presented his 11th major championship trophy and his third British Open trophy out of four attempts. It was also his second title on the way to the Grand Slam.
Bobby Jones marches to victory during the 1930 U.S. Amateur Championship, the final title of the Grand Slam.
Bobby Jones with all four Grand Slam trophies. He is the first and only golfer in history to hold all four major championships in a single year. Soon after, he announced he was retiring from competition, one of the few sport stars in history to do so at the top of their game.
Bobby Jones and family watch a parade to honor his Grand Slam victories in his home town of Atlanta, GA, in 1930.
Bobby Jones receives a ticker tape parade down New York's Broadway, in 1930. He is still the only person to ever receive two such parades (the first was in 1926 after becoming the first American to win the British Open).
Bobby Jones smiles at the crowds during his 1930 ticker tape parade in New York City.