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August 15, 1955 | Herbert Warren Wind
Douglas Michael Ford, the newly crowned PGA champion and winner of Tarn O'Shanter's All-American last Sunday, is certainly the fastest golfer in captivity today, and may well be the most rapid man ever to have won a...
November 14, 1955 | Jimmy Jemail
COL. L. FILBERT CRANFORD, USAF Washington, D.C."I am for any machine that makes work easy. As an example, I used to cut the fields on my farm with a scythe. Now, with a power mower, I do as much work in a day as I...
February 13, 1956
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The Question: What did you want to be when you were a boy? (Asked at the Masters Golf Tournament, Augusta, Ga.)
May 07, 1956 | Jimmy Jemail
JACK BURKE JR.Houston, TexasWinner of the MastersI was born to be a golf pro and I never wanted to be anything else. My father was a golf pro for 33 years before he died in 1943. He imbued me with the sportsmanship...
May 21, 1956
Arnold Blum, Macon, Ga. mattress company owner with 15 years of tournament play under his belt, dropped 14-foot putt for birdie on final hole to take 1 up victory over young Doug Sanders in Southern Amateur at Atlanta.