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July 07, 1958
The solitary, headless man shown here in a superlatively pertinent picture taken last week at the Pine Hollow course on Long Island, is the 1958 National Open Champion, Tommy (the Terrible-Tempered) Bolt. This...
June 30, 1958
Top Golfers the world over, from Tommy Bolt to Pete Nakamura, can trace their ancestry back 200 years to St. Andrews in Scotland where the Royal and Ancient Golf Club has stood for all that is most expert in the game...
June 23, 1958
Tommy Bolt, announcing metamorphosis into Tame-Tempered Tommy after a first-round 71 in the U.S. Open that he went on to win (see page 34): "Before, when I missed a shot, I wanted to kill myself. Now I try to forget...
June 23, 1958 | Herbert Warren Wind
Once terrible-tempered, Tommy confirmed his new role of Gentleman Tom and in severe conditions became the first golfer since Hogan to spread-eagle a U.S. Open field
March 31, 1958
For three decades now one of the standard phenomena of the American sports scene has been the winter golf tour, that exhausting and yet inspiriting trek which annually begins in Los Angeles early in January and...