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July 20, 1970 | Dan Jenkins
Despite a putting touch that abandoned him at times, Jack Nicklaus hung on to win his second British Open title last week, conquering Doug Sanders in a playoff and St. Andrews' Old Course in a breeze
June 29, 1970 | Dan Jenkins
America's pros, convinced the U.S. Open course was a farm, played as if they had hoes in their hands, but Hazeltine looked like home to a dapper young Englishman who hustled off with golf's supreme prize
June 29, 1970 | Curry Kirkpatrick
Was this Muirfield? Troon? Royal Birkdale? Or was it just another county assistants' championship there in Lincolnshire that Tony Jacklin was running away with in the wind and rain and cold and occasional sun last...
March 02, 1970
After a hard day's play, a pro athlete ought to be able to crawl into his hotel room and let his hair down, but if he stops at the Sheraton in Philadelphia he had best be on his toes. Mickey McCloskey, the bell...
September 29, 1969 | Gwilym S. Brown
But It was one sweet smack for U.S. pros, as the British all but stole away with the Ryder Cup