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July 10, 1967
OPEN CONTENTIONSirs:Never before have I read an article in your magazine as prejudiced as Alfred Wright's article on Jack Nicklaus' U.S. Open victory (Jack Delivers the Crusher, June 26). I am one of the first to...
April 13, 1964
The masters gets another champion, and Alfred Wright reports on how the spring season's biggest golf tournament was won—and lost—with color photographs of the action.
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...
March 26, 1962
A masterful mood is captured in color by Artist Robert Andrew Parker as Alfred Wright and Gwilym Brown assess Arnold Palmer's chances of winning golf's biggest prize.
July 31, 1961
From Olympia Fields Country Club near Chicago, a report by Alfred Wright on Arnold Palmer's quest for the only major golf title he has never won: the PGA championship.