Showing 1 - 10 of 31 Stories for Jack Nicklaus
A 1,000 to 1 Shot
That's how runner-up Jack Nicklaus rated the chip that won the U.S. Open for Tom Watson at Pebble Beach's 17th: rough to green and in the cup
A Braw Brawl for Tom and Jack
It was the best two rounds of golf ever played, Watson and Nicklaus battling head to head in the British Open until youth overtook age on the next to last hole
Day Of Glory For A Golden Oldie
At 46, Jack Nicklaus won his sixth and most dramatic Masters with a final-round 65 that had all of America cheering for him
True Grit at Augusta
Tom Watson had his troubles—notably with the trap at the 17th hole—but when it counted, he clung grimly to a slim lead and held off Jack Nicklaus to win his second Masters
Watch, learn and punch
When you are in the fortunate position of being able to watch an opponent hit to the green first, whether in match or stroke play, be alert to take full advantage of ...
Trouble Lurks in Sylvan Glades
Next week in Hiawatha country, by the shores of Lake Hazeltine and the wigwam of former USGA President Tot Heffelfinger, the world's best ...
REBUTTAL TO A SEARING ATTACK
Two weeks ago Leo Fraser, secretary of the PGA, added to the friction between his organization and the touring pros by making a bitter personal assault on the ...
POINTILLIST VIEW OF HOUSTON'S CHAMPIONS
It is not recorded whether Georges Seurat ever had any trouble with his short irons or if he even knew about the game of golf for that matter, since he died in ...
How to concede and win
Conceding short putts in the big amateur match-play tournaments is seldom a haphazard business. My practice as an amateur was always to make my opponent ...