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July 03, 1972
Martha Van Voorst, 17, a junior at Sehome High in Bellingham, Wash., broke by three points the world ladies' archery record set in 1967 by Nancy Myrick of Fort Lauderdale, Fla. when she scored 308 out of a possible...
February 28, 1972 | Gwilym S. Brown
The golfer is yet to be invented who wouldn't give up a year of Sunday morning starting times if he could just have back one shot, one disaster, to play again—this time the right way. Doubtless bad luck or a bad...
November 16, 1970
Charles Boswell of Birmingham sank the first hole in one in his 25 years of golfing, using a six-iron on the 141-yard 14th at Vestavia CC in his home town. Earlier this year, in Greensboro, N.C., Boswell won his 17th...
May 18, 1970 | Frank Beard
Throughout 1969, a year in which he emerged as the leading money-winner on the golf tour, Frank Beard kept a diary. In it he wrote of the demanding, self centered life of the real touring pro—the one without jet...
April 13, 1970 | Pat Ryan
Palmer and Casper went to the White House, Trevino went to El Paso, Snead went to the dogs and Player went to the winner's circle as the $180,000 Greater Greensboro Open said a lot about the game today