The U.S. open is coming up. Alfred Wright discusses Olympic's challenge, Ken Venturi tells how to attack it and John Underwood writes of a club pro who gets into an Open.
The Belmont stakes takes on added significance this year as Kauai King tries to become the first Thoroughbred since Citation in 1948 to win the Triple Crown of horse racing.
Brain-picker Bill DeWitt, owner of the Cincinnati Reds, has been in baseball for 50 years. Bob Boyle describes the career of a man who is called both a skinflint and a genius.