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July 14, 1958 | Al Mengert
A great many players make golf (which is a hard enough game to begin with) much harder for themselves when they break their wrists on the way back. About halfway through the backswing they lay their wrists off on a...
July 28, 1958 | Lionel Hebert
When he is playing a course where the fairways are narrow and tree-lined, the man who is a good driver really shines. A good driver is a player who can plan a certain type of shot to fit the requirements of each hole...
October 05, 1959 | Al Mengert
The secret of scoring on the pro tour is getting down in two shots when you're about a hundred yards from the green. The average club golfer has more modest demands. He doesn't expect to get down in a pitch and a...
October 12, 1959 | Lionel Hebert
I've known people who've played golf quite seriously for 25 years and who have never given their driving the time and attention it needs. Driving is as important as any part of the game. You do it on 14 of the 18...
July 24, 1961 | Ray Cave