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July 11, 1955
SAILING DOWN UNDERAustralian yachtsmen in search of perilous sport crowd 1,640 square feet of sail on 18-foot skiffs and head out into the windswept waters of Sydney harbor. Four to six men are needed to handle and...
May 14, 1956 | Patty Berg
Since women don't have as powerful hands as men do, they can't get away with a poorly executed swing nearly as well. In order to develop adequate hitting power, a woman must master really good footwork and body...
June 04, 1956 | George Corcoran
The average woman golfer addresses the ball on the tee a little self-consciously, swings like she is afraid either her arms or the club or the ball might break, and sends a looping little blooper of a drive slicing...
June 25, 1956 | Louise Suggs
One fundamental fault which I have observed to be shared by many women golfers is that they start with their hands behind the ball at address and, consequently, have their hands in a weak position throughout their swing.