- Year-round sailors go to Joe Harris of...Laurie Johnston | November 30, 1964
- A RECORD REVISITEDSal Johnson | May 12, 2003
- ENEMY LINESAn opposing scout's viewJeffri Chadiha | September 01, 2003
April 09, 1979 | Sarah Pileggi
Jack Renner wears a Ben Hogan-style cap and is the baby of the pro tour. He also has the Hogan-sized notion that he could be the best golfer in the world someday
May 08, 1961
Over the sand and through the sage the thundering hoof beats sound—no posse, but fox chasers with horse and hound. These pink-coated riders of the purple sage, hearkening to "gone away," are members of the West Hills...
February 15, 1960 | James Murray
Palm Springs' rollicking golf tournament had a huge field, $150,000 in prizes and Joe Campbell's now-famous hole in one
May 04, 1959
Palm Springs has erupted into a congress of golf courses to inspire one of the nation's gaudiest real estate booms in the no-longer-lone prairie
May 18, 1964 | Jack Nicklaus
A recounting of four weeks during which the author loses his golf clubs, leaves a ball up a palm tree, learns—happily—that he has no followers in a laundromat and comes up with his first 1964 victory despite a...