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January 14, 1963
The golden chase is on as pro golf opens its richest season and renews a great duel—Arnold Palmer vs. Jack Nicklaus. How the top players may fare is explored by Alfred Wright.
April 08, 1963
Its masters time once more in Augusta, where that most wondrous of golf tournaments gets a new champion. Alfred Wright describes the scene and the strokes that won.
April 29, 1963
MASTER JACKSirs:I think Alfred Wright has lost his head over Young Jack the Mighty Master (April 15).
June 24, 1963
The U.S. Open Championship is decided at Brookline; Alfred Wright will be there to tell of the strokes and strategy that enabled the winner to conquer the field and the course.
December 23, 1963 | Sidney L. James
Tokyo's forthcoming Olympic Games will be the first ever held in Asia, and SPORTS ILLUSTRATED decided early in 1963 that this special year-end issue would be a salute to the sportsmen of that vast, fascinating—and...