Showing 1 - 10 of 16 Stories for Gwilym Brown
The board-track season starts this week, complete with a leading lady straight from Rome
BIGGEST MAN ON CAMPUS
Jack Nicklaus'victory in the 62nd National Collegiate golf championship last week may nothave been over the strongest field he has ever played against, but ...
A GALLERY OF DISASTER
The golfer is yet to be invented who wouldn't give up a year of Sunday morning starting times if he could just have back one shot, one disaster, ...
A two-act spectacular at Vegas
The Tournament of Champions gets a new winner in Souchak and a new high in calcuttas
Time for the rating game
With TCR, tennis finally has a method to evaluate its players. Answers to an ingenious quiz indicate who will give you a competitive match
RON RUNS THE WORLD RAGGED
In an unprecedented 51-day tour of the U.S. and Europe, Australia's Ron Clarke has set four world records in the course of winning 13 of 17 races. He also has ...
The links of 37 nations
A lesson in high-speed diplomacy was taught last week when representatives of almost two score of the world's golfing countries formed a new international organization
OWNERS CAN BE TACKLED, TOO
When the owners and players of the National Football League shook hands last August after a lockout, a strike and weeks of heated bargaining ...
Mike shows how in the Western
Mike Souchak put on a furious finish to win one of the nation's oldest golf events, but one that faces a future of slipping prestige
The dregs in the dullest cup
Once a premier event, the Davis Cup is now in a lower class by itself. The Challenge Round was last week, only, as usual, it was no challenge