June 05, 1978 | Barry McDermott
Evan (Big Cat) Williams can bash a ball a quarter of a country mile—and never mind where it comes down because the game that he plays best is suited to a tee
May 29, 1961 | Alfred Wright
June 09, 1958 | George Bayer
At PGA clinics the club I usually am asked to demonstrate is the one-iron, a club I use a good deal in my play and for which I have a genuine fondness. I like the one-iron because, in my particular case, there are...
April 07, 1958 | Alfred Wright
Their flossiest get-together is the Seminole, blue-blooded founder of these tournaments
October 22, 1956 | Gardner Dickinson Jr./Panama City, Fla.
If you are constructed like George Bayer—the last time I looked, George stood 6 feet 5 and weighed around 240—and are strong and well coordinated to boot, whipping the club through the ball at a tremendous speed...