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June 11, 1973 | Barry McDermott
The village of Las Vegas never has listed enchantment among its tourist attractions, for the city is layered with a tangy sauce of neon, silicone and dollars both green and silver, ornamentation more comforting to...
July 12, 1965 | Gwilym S. Brown
Changes were expected when Mickey Wright left the ladies' tour, and a big one came fast as young Carol Mann, who has the build of a whooping crane and the personality of a puppy, won the Women's Open
March 24, 1958 | Kathy Cornelius
One of the less conspicuous factors in any good round of golf is sound, steady approach putting. Regularly getting the long ones up close so that the second putt is a relatively routine tap-in—this takes a lot of...
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...
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...