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June 09, 1969 | Jack Nicklaus
It is not recorded whether Georges Seurat ever had any trouble with his short irons or if he even knew about the game of golf for that matter, since he died in 1891, four years before the first U.S. Open....
February 03, 1969 | Carleton Mitchell
After a lifetime of sailing competition, a three-time Bermuda winner has given up racing but never the sea. On these pages he describes the powerboat he chose to succeed his famed 'Finisterre'
January 27, 1969
The diamond-shaped sign at left notifies golfers in flight from the wintry U.S. that they are nearing their refuge—the Mid-Ocean Club in Tucker's Town, Bermuda, some 700 miles east of the Carolinas in the path of the...
November 04, 1968 | Gilbert Rogin
July 08, 1968 | Hugh Whall
Because of a fierce storm whipping the Atlantic, this year's entries had to wait a full 24 hours before lining up for their start off Brenton Reef, but once the race got going it was the easiest Bermuda ever