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August 21, 1961
Charles McDowell, 16, Virginia Beach, Va., freshman-to-be at Phillips Exeter Academy, a golfer for 10 years, nipped Jay Sigel, 1-up, in 18-hole final to become 14th USGA junior champion in match played at Ithaca, New...
August 12, 1957 | Ed Oliver
Today we have many players who can handle a course pretty easily when a good long drive leaves them only pitches to the green which they can flip up there with a seven-, eight-, nine-iron or wedge. Put these same...
August 06, 1956
August 06, 1956 | Herbert Warren Wind
A brickbat for PGA officialdom, but bouquets for two beauteous Women's Open finalists in their
July 30, 1956 | Ed Oliver
The major problem in golf for chunky men is keeping their swing from being too flat—that is, on too shallow or horizontal a plane. The first thing they must learn in order to avoid this flatness is to take a more...