Robert Tyre Bobby Jones Jr. dominated the top-level amateur competitions from 1923 until he retired in 1930 often beating the pros of the day like Walter Hagen. Jones earned his living as a lawyer and played golf only as an amateur. Jones is famous for winning the Grand Slam of golf in 1930 winning all four major golf tournaments of that era (U.S and the U.K) in the same calendar year. In all Bobby Jones won 13 majors playing in 31 and placing among the top ten finishers in 27 of them. Upon his retirement he made his money from being an instructor and consultant for Splading a large club making firm at the time. From 1932 Spalding produced a line of golf clubs under Bobby Jones name up to 1970s. Jones other big claim to fame is being the founder of the Augusta National Golf Club and helping to start one of the most famous of golf tournaments of all time The Masters. Apart from WWII Augusta has staged the tournament annually since 1934.