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June 04, 1973 | Gwilym S. Brown
The graphite shaft, lighter and stronger than steel, gives golfers more distance, so much more that the USGA is taking a long, dark look at this threatening black newcomer—and could rule it illegal
October 16, 1972 | Richard W. Johnston
October 09, 1972
MR. BUCKLEY'S VIEWSirs:I will never, repeat never, open another issue of SPORTS ILLUSTRATED. What qualifies William F. Buckley Jr. (Strange Bedfellows, Sept. 25) to write an article in a sports magazine? This...
September 18, 1972 | Barry McDermott
Gay Brewer is hardly an unknown, nor is he a bad player, but when he was thrown into the ring with three of the game's biggest names—Nicklaus, Trevino and Player—he finished just where you would imagine
April 15, 1968
The masters, dominated for a decade by Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus. was won by Gay Brewer last year. Now a fresh wave of challengers tries to turn that into a trend.