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April 11, 1955 | Rip Arnold
One fault I notice in a good many golfers is a misunderstanding of when to turn on the power in their swing—or, to say it another way, when to concentrate on the speed of the club head. These golfers expend...
April 18, 1955 | Julius Boros
Golfers seem to have two ambitions above all others: they would like to be able to drive as long as the pros and to be able to stop their approaches on the greens the way the pros can. Much sensible instruction has...
August 08, 1955
Sirs:Your August 1 issue has changed me from a charter subscriber to a lifetime subscriber to SI. Reason: simple—your wonderful cover and CONVERSATION PIECE on Ted Williams by Joan Flynn Dreyspool, and a tremendous,...
August 22, 1955 | Noble Chalfaunt
Too many golfers hurt their score by trying to get out of tough situations with the type of shot they should attempt only from a fairway lie. `For instance, say a golfer drives into the heavy rough—more than this,...
August 29, 1955 | Julius Boros
Early in every golfer's lifelong tussle with the game he learns that there's a vast difference between 1) keeping your head down so that you have your eye on the ball at impact and 2) keeping your head down so that...