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February 06, 1956 | Herbert Warren Wind
Mr. Cecil Timms of England has caddied for many of the top Americans. He is a man of modest mien but strong opinions
March 24, 1958 | Harry Phillips
For any of us who need signposts to spring beyond the pages of the calendar and the smell of the air, there is help. There is, for example, the bright end of golf's winter tour and the beginning of its spring tour,...
July 15, 1968
An invading force of U.S. golfers, including Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus and Billy Casper, hopes to return from famed Carnoustie with the 1968 British Open title.
July 22, 1968 | Gwilym S. Brown
The world's best pros called Carnoustie the toughest course they had ever seen—and other things—but it was fine for Gary Player, who parlayed steady golf and one magnificent shot into a British Open title
August 04, 1969
Namath's first test of the new season comes in Chicago against the O.J.-less College All-Stars, who will try to find what he's made of. Pat Putnam reports on their inquiry.