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April 18, 1955 | Julius Boros
Golfers seem to have two ambitions above all others: they would like to be able to drive as long as the pros and to be able to stop their approaches on the greens the way the pros can. Much sensible instruction has...

August 29, 1955 | Julius Boros
Early in every golfer's lifelong tussle with the game he learns that there's a vast difference between 1) keeping your head down so that you have your eye on the ball at impact and 2) keeping your head down so that...

September 17, 1956 | Horace Sutton
Some Canadians were saying last season that they find buzzing from the snow banks of the Dominion to the sunlands of Florida too abrupt a change. They favor stopping, like a diver in a pressure chamber, in the...

January 05, 1959 | Peggy Kirk Bell
I have played golf with big six-by-four football players and other tremendously strong athletes who were terribly chagrined because they couldn't hit the ball as far as a woman. They were trying to muscle the ball...

March 16, 1959 | Peggy Kirk Bell
The fine players in golf all know their theory backward and forward, but it is that hard-to-explain quality, feel, that makes them the shotmakers they are. Throughout their swings, they actually do sense where their...

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