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A DISCUSSION OF SOME OF THE REASONS FOR GREAT BRITAIN'S INTERNATIONAL FAILURES IN AN AGE OF VERY SERIOUS GOLF
July 18, 1955 | Herbert Warren Wind
If you are an American golfer and you travel to Britain and in due course sit down behind a mild-and-bitter or a gin-and-French (or even a little White-and-Carr on the rocks) and talk things over in the company of...
DESPITE THE DISTRACTING FLORA AND FAUNA OF PALM SPRINGS THE U. S. TEAM AGAIN BEAT BRITAIN'S BEST TO RETAIN THE RYDER CUP
November 14, 1955 | Herbert Warren Wind
Last Summer when the touring pros made their trek slowly across the breadth of the continent, for the first time in a good many years the caravan's hot weather roster was augmented by Sam Snead. The man in the...
October 14, 1957
Head up, Britain's Dai Rees blasts one down fairway to help his partner, Ken Bousfield, defeat America's Art Wall and Fred Hawkins on way to Ryder Cup victory.
October 21, 1957 | Henry Longhurst
October 13, 1958 | Herbert Warren Wind