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November 16, 1959 | George Gordon
The shank, I would reckon, is the worst of all golfing ailments. There are explicit causes that bring on shanking, but it is best not to describe them since it would only make players more conscious of things they...
November 09, 1959 | Bill Wotherspoon
It is commonly known that strong, flexible hands and wrists often prove to be the difference between an average and a good player. Some specialized exercising can be done to tone up these golfing muscles and open the...
December 16, 1957 | George Gordon
Two of the most common errors that harry mediocre golfers is their failure to make a proper pivot and their tendency to let the left arm collapse before impact. Let us confine ourselves at this time to discussing the...
December 02, 1957 | Bobby Cruickshank
If you stand on the first tee at any club, you will see that most missed shots are caused by the very first move made by the player: the way the stance and aim were taken.