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June 12, 1967
For pure drama year in and year out no golf tournament can rival the U.S. Open. One reason is that the stakes are high—the Open title is the most desired in the game. Another is that Open courses are the finest, and...
January 30, 1967 | Alfred Wright
For a while the weather tore up the Crosby, but on the last day it was Nicklaus—relatively thin and more determined than ever—who shredded the course and the opposition, too
January 23, 1967 | Alfred Wright
It was a new PGA tour that opened in San Diego, but the oldsters dominated the day, especially Bob Goalby, who apparently has exchanged his tempestuous nature for the sweet serenity of success
October 17, 1966 | Alfred Wright
In a tournament that included one heated argument with the referee and several cool exchanges between players, Gary Player wins the Piccadilly World Match Play title from his pals Nicklaus, Palmer and Casper
October 10, 1966
Heads of state have tried all manner of things to buoy a sinking economy, but Bhumibol Adulyadej, the astute King of Thailand, has something new. Tinkering in his workshop in Bangkok, he designed and constructed a...