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October 14, 1957
Head up, Britain's Dai Rees blasts one down fairway to help his partner, Ken Bousfield, defeat America's Art Wall and Fred Hawkins on way to Ryder Cup victory.
April 21, 1958 | Herbert Warren Wind
August 11, 1958 | Alex Tibbles
The most difficult thing for the average golfer to do, in my opinion, is to stay behind the ball. He has a tendency to move ahead of the ball with the body, and in doing so he develops an outside-in swing which...
August 25, 1958 | Fred Hawkins
The legs should remain flexed at all times during the swing. On the backswing, the right leg shouldn't lock, it shouldn't even straighten. The same is true of the left leg on the forward part of the swing. There used...
September 22, 1958
HORSE RACING—CLEM, with light load for himself (113 pounds) and a lighter regard for Round Table, upset odds and predictions in $100,000 United Nations Handicap at Atlantic City (see page 14). Hogging lead for almost...