All Herbert Warren Wind Stories
Although several professionals compiled outstanding records in 1958â€”Tommy Bolt (who won the Open), Arnold Palmer (who won the Masters) and Dow ...
The rise to prominence of the Masters golf tournament is one of the relative miracles in modern American sport. In just about a score of years, the Masters, which ...
Since its genesis in 1934, the Masters golf tournament has produced, almost annually, extraordinarily exciting finishes. One only has to say the names Horton ...
American golf has always been extremely fortunate in the type of persons it has had as its champions. This happy fact was never more conspicuous than it was ...
A brickbat for PGA officialdom, but bouquets for two beauteous Women's Open finalists in their.
Down at Pinehurst the amazing veterans showed that golf really is an old man's game.
Canada's tournament is becoming a sort of Olympic Games of golf
PAR'S NEW GIRLS
Golf is sprouting an abundance of younger and younger women of skill.
THE BIG THREE
The women's pro golf circult, with the Babe away, is currently being carried very well by THE BIG THREE.
THE U.S. AMATEUR
The top tournament for American golfers who work for a living and play their golf on the side takes place next week at the Country Club of Detroit, with a field of ...
THE SCRUTABLE EAST
There was nothing mysterious about Japan's clear-cut victory in the Canada Cup, a memorably successful golf tournament.
MASTERS IN FLUX
Three new changes in the Augusta National accent the evolution of Bobby Jones's dream course, which is again ready to test the very best golfers.
The fateful corner
A reflective look-back at the Masters confirms history's affinity for the 12th and 13th
THE STRANAHAN CASE
Before hopping a plane to Rio last week to play in the Brazilian Open Frank Stranahan announced that he was turning professional. On the surface, it is a ...
CHAT WITH HENRY
SI's golf columnist answers a British critic of the U.S. scene with comments of his own.
ANOTHER OPENING, ANOTHER SHOW
Golf's touring pros hit the long trail of the winter tour with their customary premi√ ®re at the Los Angeles Open.
Fire on the Ice
Burning intensity, a champion's spirit, the pride of a man who knows the glory and loneliness of supremacy—these are the qualities which make Maurice Richard, the idolized Rocket of Canada, one of the great athletes of our time and perhaps the greatest player ice hockey has ever known