January 14, 1957 | Doug Ford
When I have a putt of six feet or less, I make a slight change in the stance I use for longer putts. I stand so that the ball—which is off my left toe on all putts—is an inch nearer my foot.
January 07, 1957 | Willie Klein
I like to imagine that a railroad track runs from the spot where I'm standing right up to the green. My feet are planted squarely on one rail of the track, and the ball is positioned on the other rail.
August 15, 1955 | Herbert Warren Wind
Douglas Michael Ford, the newly crowned PGA champion and winner of Tarn O'Shanter's All-American last Sunday, is certainly the fastest golfer in captivity today, and may well be the most rapid man ever to have won a...
June 16, 1958 | Barry Burn
A mid-season review and a quick peek at the appetizing summer ahead
March 10, 1997 | Gary B. Smith
ANOTHER TAKE ON THE HEADLINES