- TOP PLAYERSOffensePABLO S. TORRE | August 20, 2012
- TAMPA BAY buccaneersENEMY lines WHAT A RIVAL COACH SAYSJune 28, 2012
- Faces in the CrowdJune 11, 2001
March 04, 1957 | Ed Dudley
The average golfer, when trying for extra distance, attempts to speed up his swing and hit the ball harder and faster with his hands and body. Most of the time when he does this, he hits too soon with his hands and...
February 25, 1957 | Art Wall Jr.
When they are faced with a short chip from the apron of a green, most players feel compelled to try to loft the ball up to the pin. Their thinking here seems to be that every shot in golf, except the putt, has to...
November 05, 1956 | Jimmy Jemail
J. LYMAN BINGHAMNew YorkExecutive DirectorOlympic CommitteeA great deal. The hammer is improved with one grip instead of two. The discus is streamlined with a sharper edge. Javelins, vaulting poles and hurdles are...
June 18, 1956 | Fred R. Smith
Today the golf pro would rather clean up on clothes than clubs
April 02, 1956 | Ed Dudley
As paradoxical as it may sound, relaxed, well-played golf is a "pressure game!" Pressure, as properly applied by the fingers as they grip the club shaft, is in my opinion one of the fundamental factors underlying...