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October 15, 1956 | John Thoren
A tip that really seems to help my members is the one I use on the practice tee to cure players who are afflicted with quick or smothered hooks. The players who are vulnerable to the smothered hook are almost...
October 01, 1956 | Al Esposito
On seaside and desert courses particularly, but wherever sand exists, golfers run into a shot that few of them cope with successfully. This is a short, lofted pitch from the sandy rough which must carry over a nearby...
February 13, 1956 | John Thoren
The best method I have found for teaching a golfer to hit the ball "from the inside-out" is to establish a mental picture of the top of the backswing as being just about the position in which a waiter carries a...
February 06, 1956 | Harry Cooper
That old admonition, "keep your eye on the ball," is not nearly as meaningful as it has often been conceded to be. The key point is not merely to keep your eye on the ball but to keep your head firmly anchored...