- TOP PLAYERSOffensePABLO S. TORRE | August 20, 2012
- TAMPA BAY buccaneersENEMY lines WHAT A RIVAL COACH SAYSJune 28, 2012
- Faces in the CrowdJune 11, 2001
April 21, 1958 | Beverly Hanson
No matter how good a golfer you may be, you find yourself facing tension if you putter around too long over a shot, trying to get a dozen things straightened out in your mind at the same time. Now, in ballet you...
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...
December 01, 1958 | Buck Luce
The Golfer who can play an intentional fade when the situation calls for it possesses one of the most important shots in the game. At our club, for example, there are several tough holes which are bordered rather...
December 15, 1958 | Jim Turnesa
Anyone who has played golf seriously over a period of years (and has worked during that time to develop a sound swing and groove it) inevitably learns a tremendous lot about technique. This often can become a burden...
September 28, 1959
Harry C. Melges Jr., Lake Geneva, Wis., Scow skipper, went south to Houston for North American sailing championship, returned with title after beating Warner Wilcox of New Rochelle, N.Y., by ¼ point.