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February 19, 1996 | Walter Bingham
As everyone from Pebble Beach to Augusta knows, the AT&T National Pro-Am was canceled after 36 holes because one hole—the 16th at Spyglass Hill—was deemed unplayable. But should a final 18 have been played? SI's...
December 13, 1982 | Philip G. Howlett
It's a tribute to Walter Bingham's versatility that his ascent of SPORTS ILLUSTRATED'S masthead has resembled that of a climber on Everest, his steady movement upward having been interrupted by frequent traverses as...
March 22, 1982 | Philip G. Howlett
Although, the format has changed over the years, a story on baseball rookies (page 30) has become something of a tradition at SI. This year, as our baseball staff sifted through the current crop, someone wondered how...
November 03, 1980 | Philip G. Howlett
Walter Bingham, SPORTS ILLUSTRATED'S incredible shrinking editor, was down to 158 pounds, which meant it was marathon time in New York. When he came to SI as a clip-desk clerk in 1955, Bingham was a baby-faced,...
September 09, 1974 | John A. Meyers
"Some major upsets in college football last night," said the radio one Sunday morning last September. Senior Editor Walter Bingham, just getting out of bed, froze. "In Miami..." the announcer went on, and Bingham...