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June 20, 2005 | T.J. Tomasi
In the 110-year history of the U.S. Open, numerous father-son combinations have played in the event, which has culminated on Father's Day since 1965. Only six families, though, have had a father and his son play in...
May 12, 1958 | Harold Sargent
Many golfers, in learning to play, were taught to hit the ball with the left hand and let the right hand go along for the ride. In the last few years we have heard the conflicting instruction to hit the stuffings out...
May 05, 1958 | Jim Turnesa
Playing a golf shot begins for everyone, I think, with visualizing the flight of the shot he intends to hit. This done, each golfer sets himself up for the type of shot he wants to play. I go about it like this. I...
January 23, 1956 | Harold Sargent
The part played by the left arm—the controlling factor in the good golf swing—starts at address. It should be neither stiff, rigid, nor locked in joint at the elbow but it should be comfortably extended. Throughout...
January 16, 1956 | Shelley Mayfield
Among our fine professionals, it has become standard practice—as uniform as the grip—to raise the left heel only a shade on the backswing. When they are playing the six-iron through the wedge, the left heel never...