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November 19, 1956 | Sam Snead
The scoring in golf, as everyone knows, is done around the greens. Even our finest golfers don't hit all the greens—a number of our top-circuit scorers miss quite a few—but they can get down in two from off the edge...
November 26, 1956 | Beverly Hanson
Whenever they attend a tournament to watch the top pros or amateurs in action, it is the serious intention of most golfers to study the stars' technique and thereby improve their own. This is easier said than done,...
April 21, 1958 | Beverly Hanson
No matter how good a golfer you may be, you find yourself facing tension if you putter around too long over a shot, trying to get a dozen things straightened out in your mind at the same time. Now, in ballet you...
May 12, 1958 | Barry Burn
The women's pro golf tour: compact, resilient and steadily progressing
September 22, 1958
Ingemar Johansson, 25, undefeated Swedish heavyweight, deflated high-ranking and undefeated Eddie Machen with two knockdowns plus one knockout in first round of match at Goteborg, Sweden (see page 25).