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September 29, 1958 | Charley Petrino
On a clear shot to the green from a distance which seems to require a nine-iron, it is often a much better bet for the middle- or high-handicap golfer to reach for his eight-iron instead. He's more apt to hit the...
November 11, 1957 | Marilynn Smith
In my travels around the country, one thing I've noticed about the golf of the average female player is a lack of firmness in the short game. Most of them swing the club back much too far and their wrists collapse...
November 04, 1957 | Joe La Machia
On the first tee of any club you will see all types of pivots—sways, dips, locked right knees or no pivot at all. The pivot is a rotating motion of the hips and shoulders to the right. They should rotate on the same...
October 06, 1958 | Marilynn Smith
My dad used to say that there were three times when the right elbow should be down: eating, riding a horse and swinging the golf club back.
July 15, 1968 | Pat Ryan
The lady golf pros had a cat scratch or two for France's Catherine Lacoste, defending champion in the U.S. Women's Open, but really needed no more than the presence of a newlywed to turn back the foreign devil