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May 03, 1971 | Dan Jenkins
There were saunas, swimming pools, sumptuous parties, pretty girls—and Jack Nicklaus, who methodically routed the field and won $33,000 at the Tournament of Champions
February 19, 1973 | John Underwood
For a decade Jack Nicklaus lost fans to fat and Arnold Palmer. Despite his extraordinary record, he was the spoiler. But now that he has become golf's leading man, life is fun (and family games)
October 14, 1974 | Dan Jenkins
A friend and occasional critic looks over the layout Nicklaus designed near his hometown, Columbus, and concludes it has everything but a name. The determination that made Jack a champion underlies his emergence in a...
April 14, 1975
...who only stand and wait while their husbands struggle to make pars and birdies. It can be a frustrating experience, walking outside the ropes that line the fairways, unable to contribute more than a cheer as a...
May 30, 1977 | Dan Jenkins