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November 28, 1955
RICHARD S. TUFTSRichard S. Tufts, 59, of Pinehurst, N.C. this month was nominated to be the next president of the United States Golf Association, a nomination that is tantamount to election. Chairman of seven USGA...
November 14, 1955 | Jimmy Jemail
COL. L. FILBERT CRANFORD, USAF Washington, D.C."I am for any machine that makes work easy. As an example, I used to cut the fields on my farm with a scythe. Now, with a power mower, I do as much work in a day as I...
November 07, 1955
CRAIG WOODGolfer Craig Wood, who won both the Masters and the Open in 1941, received one of the nicest surprises of his life last month when he was presented with a gold life-membership card at the Winged Foot Golf...
THE MEADOW BROOK CLUB'S NEW COURSE IN JERICHO, L.I. HAS ALLTHE HALLMARKS OF A 'BORN CLASSIC' OF GOLF
October 31, 1955 | Herbert Warren Wind
Of the many new golf courses which have just gone through their first complete season of play, there are two exceptional ones we should be hearing a great deal about in the years to come: Old Warson, situated on the...
October 17, 1955 | Jimmy Jemail
TEX McCRARY, Manhasset, N.Y.Radio and TV personality"No. Golf is like mountain climbing. You are playing against yourself. Unlike mountain climbing, I never knew a golfer who worked up a good sweat. Sweat is a prime...