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May 21, 1956
Arnold Blum, Macon, Ga. mattress company owner with 15 years of tournament play under his belt, dropped 14-foot putt for birdie on final hole to take 1 up victory over young Doug Sanders in Southern Amateur at Atlanta.
January 18, 1960 | Alfred Wright
June 27, 1960
Everybody knew that the huge water hazard at Cherry Hills would make trouble for U.S. Open competitors, but nobody was prepared for the bizarre blowups it provoked on opening day. First, Doug Sanders was startled by...
August 01, 1960 | Alfred Wright
A Louisiana Cajun who often plays first-rate golf only to finish second, Jay Hebert surprised himself and others; he won the PGA after Palmer gambled once too often
May 22, 1961 | Alfred Wright
Not one of the 57 players in Fort Worth's Colonial equaled par, but Doug Sanders hung on gamely to remain the year's third biggest money winner