April 06, 1970 | Dan Jenkins
Until Bobby Jones came along, the amateur in golf was most often thought of as a gentleman of utter leisure who had as many hyphens and apostrophes in his name as he had lisps in his speech and lurches in his stride....
June 15, 1970 | Dan Jenkins
Well, boys, the old National Open comes up again next week out there in Minnesota or somewhere—at one of those new clubs with a name like a shampoo. Hazenwhirl or Hazelrub. I forget. Oh, yeah—Hazeltine. Tough course,...
April 05, 1971 | Bil Gilbert
A skeptical visitor casts a jaundiced eye on the most sacrosanct golf tournament of all and, come Bobby Jones or high water, finds some things he doesn't like
June 07, 1971 | Jack Nicklaus
January 03, 1972 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer