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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...
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 01, 1968 | Kim Chapin
At Sebring two girl drivers annoyed some Ford men, who buzzed at the resolute little German cars but ultimately lost out
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January 19, 1959 | Fred Hawkins
My play from sand traps, which bothered me for a good long time, has improved a great deal since I began to make it a point to position my head behind the ball and keep it there.