Showing 1 - 8 of 8 Stories for Alfred Wright
A TRIUMPH FOR TWO SWINGERS
In a Hawaiian setting that offered palm trees, luxury hotels, Pacific surf and even hula lessons, Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer played powerful golf to win the ...
LITTLER EASES TO A HARD WIN
On the 18th hole of the final round of the 1961 Open, Gene Littler hit his second shot into a trap (opposite). But he coolly holed out in 5 to take the tournament by ...
LOUD NOISE FROM THE QUIET MAN
After two terrible years during which his artist's game became a caricature, laconic Gene Littler has returned to golfing glory but not to the public eye.
The have-nots have at the haves
Syracuse escaped with its life, but Washington lost and Iowa began turning cautious after a startlingly easy win
A BIG LIFT TOWARD THE TITLE
On August weekends in Los Angeles some people try to get out of town, but last Saturday night 64020 mad dogs defied the heat and careened over the ...
The East succumbs to a Western craze
In Malaya a king shielded by an umbrella (above) turns golf into a daily rite, while in Japan 2 million novices are assailing more than 300 courses. Here is a report on the Orient's fastest-growing sport
BEARDS ARE COOLED BUT THE BEARS ARE HOT
The action in Berkeley was almost more than a body could stand. The 28,000 students at this cultural heartbeat of the statewide University of California are, ...