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November 30, 1959 | Joe Pryke
The club that has done the most to revolutionize golf in the last 25 years is the wedge. At the same time it seems to have been more of a boon for the accomplished players than it has for the poorer players for whom...
November 23, 1959 | Pat Devany
For some reason or other, nine out of 10 women who come to me for instruction suffer from an almost epidemic misconception about the golf swing. On the backswing they close the face terribly. They take a big,...
March 23, 1959 | Joe Pryke
An important thing to remember when putting is the action of the ball itself. A ball that is struck in the center runs much truer than one struck below or above the center. The latter reacts to any irregularity of...
March 16, 1959 | Peggy Kirk Bell
The fine players in golf all know their theory backward and forward, but it is that hard-to-explain quality, feel, that makes them the shotmakers they are. Throughout their swings, they actually do sense where their...
November 24, 1958 | Shirley Spork
Because a woman's proportions are different from a man's, the average woman golfer has a tendency to overswing. She tends to turn or rotate her body faster than a man does, often with the result that the body...