Showing 1 - 10 of 136 Stories for Gwilym Brown
The board-track season starts this week, complete with a leading lady straight from Rome
WALL WAS WONDROUS
As a climax to an exciting production, Art Wall's shattering finish in the 1959 Masters tournament was as high an exercise in drama as golf's major competitions ...
College for caddies
Out on Nantucket a very special camp is solving one of golf's toughest problems
Slushing through Dixie
Agreed, Beech Mountain is not exactly an Alp, but a few blasts from the big North Carolina snowmaking guns mean the race will go on
Hush! Tamecats working
The style is so quiet at Kansas State and the coach's profile so low that the country only now is waking up to the team's loud success
The Statistics Speak
According to legend, it takes a long ball to master the Masters. Bob Jones's Augusta course is so long (6850 yards) and its fairways so wide (70 acres total area ...
ALL REGULAR GUYS
One hundred and fifty of them will be at Hershey, Pa. next week for the Amateur Public Links tournament. Whoever wins, everyone will enjoy it.
Hurry, scurry and—oops
Favored Arizona State, a team noted for its pell-mell style—and a remarkable record—ultimately raced to defeat in the NCAA tournament
GOLF'S BATTLING ARCHITECTS
Their views on how to build a golf course could hardly be less alike—and they don't mind saying so—but both Trent Jones and Dick Wilson bring their special ...
SOARING ABOVE SNAFUS
It seemed likely that the AAU indoor nationals would be grounded by the most dedicated bungling in years, but then Albuquerque's earnest organizers and some ...