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Nanita Greene, 21-year-old University of Miami senior from Rockwood, Tenn., captivated judges with a fetching smile and 36-23-36½ statistics, was chosen queen of the 1959 Orange Bowl.
October 10, 1955 | Harry Pezzullo
When you are playing into a strong wind, it is necessary to alter both your address and your swing in order to keep flight of the ball low. The first adjustment you make is to line up the ball a shade nearer your...
October 03, 1955 | Cary Middlecoff
I want to give you a safety-first shot. It's called the punch shot, and you play it from the three-iron up to the nine. When properly hit, a punch shot flies in a low trajectory. It never "takes off" on you like a...
May 16, 1955 | Harry Pezzullo
One of the questions I hear all the time is "How hard should I hit this trap shot?" The way I answer is this: "If you were going to toss the ball underhand up to the pin from that spot, how hard would you throw it?...
May 09, 1955 | Tod Menefee
Golf, I keep reminding my pupils, is a two-handed game. To develop the muscles of the left side, the left arm, and the left hand which initiate and control the backswing and downswing, I recommend to my pupils that...