December 12, 2011 | MICK ROUSE
The game will long remember Europe's leading light, a pioneering woman and a television innovator
April 05, 1999 | Jaime Diaz
James Byrnes, who served as a Supreme Court justice (1941-42), lived in Aiken, S.C., just across the Savannah River from Augusta.
August 28, 1972 | Coles Phinizy
In the blistering heat of St. Louis, 18-year-old Mary Budke, helped by "little gifts from on high," won the U.S. Women's Amateur title
April 07, 1969 | Dan Jenkins
Impossible successes and improbable failures have become a part of the Masters' tradition. Artist Francis Golden re-creates a few of the tournament's most famous triumphs and tragedies.
May 11, 1964
BASKETBALL—The U.S. national team, which included five Olympians, ended a disastrous two-week tour of Russia with an 87-66 win over Georgia, its third in eight games against Soviet teams. In the six previous years of...