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June 24, 1957 | Betsy Rawls
The large majority of women who play golf don't swing at the ball hard enough. They have the strength to hit harder, more often than not, but they have been told time and time again that easy does it, so they swing...
June 17, 1957 | Jimmy D'Angelo
When most golfers play seaside courses, they usually encounter difficulty when attempting to play from a sandy lie. They can overcome both the mental and shot-making hazards if they will play the ball as they would a...
May 13, 1957
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August 20, 1956 | Betsy Rawls
An exceedingly high percentage of the women who play golf are slicers. They slice chiefly because they bring the club back with an incorrect shoulder turn. As they near the top of the backswing, instead of continuing...