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October 01, 1956 | Al Esposito
On seaside and desert courses particularly, but wherever sand exists, golfers run into a shot that few of them cope with successfully. This is a short, lofted pitch from the sandy rough which must carry over a nearby...
April 30, 1956 | Al Esposito
One shot many golfers have a misconception about is the recovery from an uphill bank in the rough that fringes the green area. It is really quite a simple shot. In taking your stance—which is the key to making the...
February 02, 1981 | Barry McDermott
New LPGA star Beth Daniel has heave-hoed her clubs, friends and a special caddie in pursuit of excellence
April 23, 1956 | Babe Zaharias
During my career in golf I have seen countless poor shots caused by all kinds of errors. However, if I were asked to name the one chief error that undermines both the high- and low-handicap players, I would without...