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May 25, 1959
Sam Snead, 46, after shooting a record-breaking 59 in his own golf festival at White Sulphur Springs, W. Va.: "I always wanted to break 60 in tournament play before I hung up my sticks. Now that I've done it, I'm not...
May 27, 1957
E. J. (Dutch) Harrison, beefy 47-year-old pro from Arkansas, was eight strokes behind going into final round but got lucky as "blind pig picking acorns" on greens while Paul Harney and Ben Hogan faltered, came up...
November 19, 1956 | Sam Snead
The scoring in golf, as everyone knows, is done around the greens. Even our finest golfers don't hit all the greens—a number of our top-circuit scorers miss quite a few—but they can get down in two from off the edge...
July 02, 1956 | Sam Snead
Being tense ruins more golf shots for more players than any other thing. When a golfer is all tightened up he doesn't have a chance of swinging correctly at the ball. These unrelaxed golfers figure that the faster...