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June 13, 1966 | Alfred Wright
June 13, 1966 | Garry Valk
Golfers are forever talking about tactics—how to handle this tree, that bunker, this swale, that mound—all things that dictate how they play a hole. They often sound like generals plotting at a sand table. With that...
June 06, 1966
The U.S. open is coming up. Alfred Wright discusses Olympic's challenge, Ken Venturi tells how to attack it and John Underwood writes of a club pro who gets into an Open.
October 18, 1965 | Alfred Wright
The partisan galleries clinging to the dunes and dotting the skyline at Royal Birkdale saw some splendid golf, but their cause was a losing one as Byron Nelson captained the U.S. Ryder Cup team to a solid victory
July 12, 1965 | George Crozier
Plagued for nearly a year by cold and numbness that made it impossible for him even to hold a golf club correctly, Ken Venturi is now recovering from surgery at the Mayo Clinic and may be swinging in a month