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July 13, 1959 | Henry Longhurst
The New British Open champion is one with whom the professionals in the U.S. as well as Britain may have to reckon for as many as 20 years to come. At 23, Gary Player, of the romantically named Killarney Club in...
July 18, 1966 | Alfred Wright
Kilt-high grass lined the fairways and the sun baked the greens, but canny Jack Nicklaus persevered to win the 106th British Open
July 25, 1966 | Jack Nicklaus
It may not happen often, but every now and then the weekend golfer hits a shot so far off line that it strays into an area of his golf course that was never really intended for play—a place where the rough is...
August 08, 1966
RYUN'S RUNSirs:I greatly enjoyed your knowledgeable coverage of Jim Ryun's victory (A Time to Remember: 3:51.3, July 25 et seq.) and its fascinating recap of the behind-the-scenes events leading up to it. Again SI...
October 24, 1966 | Jack Nicklaus
The golf hole at left illustrates the concepts involved in tee-shot management. There are four bunkers surrounding the area in which you would like to hit your drive. Even though the safe section of the fairway is...