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August 06, 1956 | Herbert Warren Wind
A brickbat for PGA officialdom, but bouquets for two beauteous Women's Open finalists in their
February 04, 1957
Gene Sarazen, 54, chunky old pro who was winning tournaments as long ago as 1922, hitched up his familiar knickers, shot record 65 in the first round of PGA seniors championship at Dunedin, Fla. but title went to Al...
November 25, 1957 | Kathy Cornelius
Women can get more distance off the tee—10 to 15 more yards—by making a small alteration of the left-hand grip. The conventional grip for men calls for the left thumb to be set down the middle of the shaft, with the...
March 17, 1958 | Joe Cannon
Teaching a person to overcome a slice or fade gives me great satisfaction. My best results are obtained, I find, by drawing a comparison between the hitting action of the baseball player who can only hit to the...