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February 16, 1959 | Morgan Jones
Players experiencing trouble with their chips and pitches usually create their difficulty with improper movement of the hands and the clubhead through the ball. The clubhead must contact the ball crisply while moving...
June 23, 1958 | Herbert Warren Wind
Once terrible-tempered, Tommy confirmed his new role of Gentleman Tom and in severe conditions became the first golfer since Hogan to spread-eagle a U.S. Open field
May 26, 1958 | Frank Stranahan
To get my line on a shot, I approach the ball from behind. I place my left hand on the club first in order to strengthen the left side by this first impression. Moving into address position at the ball, my first aim...
May 19, 1958 | Harvey Penick
I suggest using a club as the manufacturer designed it to be used. Each manufacturer has done a lot of research and spent a lot of money trying to make a set of clubs so that one swing will work for them all.
February 03, 1958 | James Murray
At the Caliente Open, a young newcomer from Knoxville nearly upset the cream of pro golf until an oldtimer from Arkansas took charge in the pleasant south-of-the-border surroundings