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November 24, 1958 | Shirley Spork
Because a woman's proportions are different from a man's, the average woman golfer has a tendency to overswing. She tends to turn or rotate her body faster than a man does, often with the result that the body...
November 17, 1958 | Walter Burkemo
The technique you use in a sand trap when you are faced with a buried or half-buried ball depends on whether the pin is positioned at the near or the far side of the green, whether you need to stop the ball quickly...
February 18, 1957 | Shirley Spork
It's a golfing fact that women take more lessons than men but, unlike men, almost never practice by themselves. This is a mistake. Only by constant practice—and this often means solitary practice, necessarily—can a...
February 11, 1957 | Ray Gafford
In the course of his rounds, every golfer is confronted with situations in which he must hit a shot on a higher or lower trajectory than he would normally achieve. He needs a higher trajectory, for instance, to get...