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July 15, 1957 | Phil Perkins
When a pupil comes to me with a complaint of bad chipping, invariably I find that his trouble is scooping. He is—and he is seldom aware of it—trying to help the ball up with his hands instead of relying on the loft...
July 08, 1957 | Bill Shields
Whenever you can, hit out a few balls before you begin your round. And use your head when you warm up. There's nothing gained by taking out your driver and just seeing how much beef you can put into a swing. What you...
August 06, 1956 | Phil Perkins
I would like to recommend a safe and simple technique for exploding out of traps. It is primarily a right-hand shot, and these are the key points to observe. The ball is played off the left heel. The blade is open....
July 30, 1956 | Ed Oliver
The major problem in golf for chunky men is keeping their swing from being too flat—that is, on too shallow or horizontal a plane. The first thing they must learn in order to avoid this flatness is to take a more...
March 07, 1955 | Tommy Armour
Playing in a tournament at Pinehurst at one time, I had a very comfortable lead going into the last nine holes. I was playing very well when suddenly my iron shots started to spray. I was hitting the ball in the...