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July 21, 1975 | Dan Jenkins
Tom Watson was known for blowing up under pressure. At Carnoustie he didn't, beating Australia's Newt the Beaut in a playoff
August 11, 1975
What every batter fears is the beanball, that high hard one aimed with malice aforethought at the head. Mark Kram, an ex-target for one vicious pitcher, relates why hitting is the most dangerous occupation in team...
September 15, 1975
BOWLING—DALE GLENN of Los Angeles won his first title, the $55,000 Columbia 300 Open in Detroit, after five years as a touring professional. Glenn defeated Matt Surina 222-215 for the $6,000 first-place check.
January 17, 1977 | Barry McDermott
In a showdown between the winners of last year's U.S. Open and last year's PGA, Jerry Pate edged Dave Stockton in sudden death to win the tour's starter at Phoenix