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ST. ANDREWS' ROYAL & ANCIENT COURSE WAS NEW TO THE AMERICANS, THE WEATHER (RAIN) PRO-BRITISH, BUT THE U.S. TEAM ONCE MORE WON TH
May 30, 1955 | Herbert Warren Wind
All the important bunkers on the Old Course at St. Andrews have been accorded individual names. There is Hell Bunker—which explains itself—and Cockle Bunker, shaped roughly like a cockle shell, and, smack in the...
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June 13, 1955 | Herbert Warren Wind
At the Royal Lytham and St. Anne Golf Club, that weather-beaten links off the Irish Sea above Liverpool where Bobby Jones in 1926 captured the first of his three British Opens, Joe Conrad, a small, compact, steady...
June 13, 1955 | Harry Phillips
For four days beginning next Thursday the world's greatest golfers will play for the United States Golf Association's 55th Open Championship on the lake course of San Francisco's Olympic Country Club. The event will...
June 20, 1955 | Herbert Warren Wind
The winner of the 55th National Open Championship this weekend could very possibly be Ben Hogan. It is almost a simple matter of presence. Over the past eight years, regardless of how muddy other affairs have turned...
June 20, 1955 | Joan Flynn Dreyspool