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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...
June 23, 1958 | Henry Longhurst
Joe Carr, a long and errant hitter from Dublin, wins his second British Amateur title
October 13, 1958 | Herbert Warren Wind
May 25, 1959
GOLF—Britain's Walker Cuppers, so hopeful that this would be year of renaissance, were a sadly disillusioned lot after Americans combined experience and youth to win 9-3 at Muirfield. U.S. got off to 4-0 lead in...
June 01, 1959 | Herbert Warren Wind