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September 03, 1956 | Arnold Browning
Since 30 to 45% of your total strokes are putts, whatever would improve your putting is worth your thought and study. An important part of putting understood by few average golfers is how to read the grain or the...
September 10, 1956 | Art Wall Jr.
Putting is the most imprecise science in all of golf, and there are almost as many putting techniques as there are golfers. A technique I have found successful is to try to think of throwing my right palm out and...
February 18, 1957 | Shirley Spork
It's a golfing fact that women take more lessons than men but, unlike men, almost never practice by themselves. This is a mistake. Only by constant practice—and this often means solitary practice, necessarily—can a...
February 25, 1957 | Art Wall Jr.
When they are faced with a short chip from the apron of a green, most players feel compelled to try to loft the ball up to the pin. Their thinking here seems to be that every shot in golf, except the putt, has to...
October 14, 1957
Head up, Britain's Dai Rees blasts one down fairway to help his partner, Ken Bousfield, defeat America's Art Wall and Fred Hawkins on way to Ryder Cup victory.