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February 15, 1960 | James Murray
Palm Springs' rollicking golf tournament had a huge field, $150,000 in prizes and Joe Campbell's now-famous hole in one
July 01, 1957 | Johnny Palmer
In recent years I've noticed that a great many golfers take their wedge or their 9-iron to play almost all their shots from off the edge of the green. There are times, of course, when the shot you should play, or...
June 24, 1957 | Betsy Rawls
The large majority of women who play golf don't swing at the ball hard enough. They have the strength to hit harder, more often than not, but they have been told time and time again that easy does it, so they swing...
May 21, 1956 | Johnny Palmer
When putting techniques are dissected and discussed, it strikes me that perhaps too little is said about the role timing plays. Granted that the putting stroke calls for a different execution from the tee-to-green...
May 14, 1956 | Patty Berg
Since women don't have as powerful hands as men do, they can't get away with a poorly executed swing nearly as well. In order to develop adequate hitting power, a woman must master really good footwork and body...