Dimple No. 8D The ball pictured is not one Jones played with but one marketed in his name years later.
Spalding Calamity Jane II (8°) 33½ inches, 15 ounces
After he retired, Jones invested in the South American arm of the Coca Cola Bottling Co., which necessitated annual trips to Paraguay and Uruguay. Once there, he peeked in on the operations and played a lot of golf. Eventually, hauling his clubs became so expensive that he had Spalding make him a set he could keep south of the border, including a one-of-a-kind stenciled bag. Jones later gave the clubs to Morton Hodgson, a Coke executive, who in turn donated them to Highlands (N.C.) Country Club.
COVERS Old-school canvas tied together with a rawhide strip
Jones favored the Reddy Tee (second from right), although it did have its drawbacks. During the 1930 U.S. Open at Interlachen, the temperature hit triple digits, causing the red dye from the tees in Jones's pants pocket to run. Concerned spectators thought he was bleeding on the course.