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October 18, 1965 | Alfred Wright
The partisan galleries clinging to the dunes and dotting the skyline at Royal Birkdale saw some splendid golf, but their cause was a losing one as Byron Nelson captained the U.S. Ryder Cup team to a solid victory
March 28, 1960
June 02, 1958 | Gwilym Brown
This is Ken Venturi; blending the techniques of Byron Nelson with his own determination to be the new master of the pros
September 24, 1956 | Byron Nelson
Because the face of a long iron—numbers one, two and three—has so very little loft, it leads players to fear they will not get the ball up into the air so they usually lift up with their bodies in the act of hitting...
September 17, 1956 | Helen Dettweiler
Most women golfers are extremely conscious of the importance of body action in the golf shot but, probably because they have not had baseball training as many men have, they tend to ignore the importance of hand...