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April 16, 1956 | Shelley Mayfield
Many average golfers I have watched defeat their purpose at the very beginning of the stroke: they address the ball with their shoulders level, the right raised as high as the left. If you think things over for a...
April 02, 1956 | Ed Dudley
As paradoxical as it may sound, relaxed, well-played golf is a "pressure game!" Pressure, as properly applied by the fingers as they grip the club shaft, is in my opinion one of the fundamental factors underlying...
January 16, 1956 | Shelley Mayfield
Among our fine professionals, it has become standard practice—as uniform as the grip—to raise the left heel only a shade on the backswing. When they are playing the six-iron through the wedge, the left heel never...
January 09, 1956 | Al Collins
On almost every golf course there are at least three or four holes where it is a distinct advantage to get the ball out a good, long distance from the tee. I am now 59 years old, and in recent years I have found that...