- Muy loco down in San AntoneLarry Kenon and fellow Spur egos have enfevered a win-starved populaceJohn Papanek | May 14, 1979
- Soft draw on the pitch shotBilly Maxwell | August 24, 1959
- SKYLINEDecember 09, 1957
ST. ANDREWS' ROYAL & ANCIENT COURSE WAS NEW TO THE AMERICANS, THE WEATHER (RAIN) PRO-BRITISH, BUT THE U.S. TEAM ONCE MORE WON TH
May 30, 1955 | Herbert Warren Wind
All the important bunkers on the Old Course at St. Andrews have been accorded individual names. There is Hell Bunker—which explains itself—and Cockle Bunker, shaped roughly like a cockle shell, and, smack in the...
May 09, 1955 | Gene Gregston
Two of the finest golfers of all time began their careers as skinny kids battling each other for the caddies' championship of the Glen Garden Country Club back in Fort Worth, Texas
May 02, 1955
Sirs:Believe me when I say that the three Southern gentlemen who spoke their piece on your April 11 cover are not typical of our attitude towards the colored race or our opinions on sports. The flavor of their...
May 02, 1955
April 18, 1955
Sirs:I recall that I wrote in the preface to Herb Wind's book, , that he was a "fine, sensitive writer on the game" of golf. Certainly no better proof of this appraisal could be had than the wonderful story he did on...