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Putting It All on the Line
Mary Decker won two golds and Carl Lewis three in track and field's magnificent first World Championships ever
A lighter right-hand putting grip
I have become a steadier, more confident and an altogether better putter since I changed my putting grip not so long ago. Where my right hand used to be ...
Tempo in putting
Speed is a cardinal factor in putting. It is easy for a golfer, preoccupied with getting his line and then being up, to forget this. Putting may be different in some ...
Putting a big bang in the game
Canasta has gone wild—a state of affairs which the author approves but tries to regulate
Putting from 12 feet in
A word or two, first, about stance and position. I try to maintain the shoulders, hips and feet square to the intended line. The left elbow rides on the left hip, the ...
PUTTING FENWAY IN THE BACKYARD
Rick Ferroli, a 6'1" righthander, rears back on the mound, kicking his left leg high. In the cage, I wave my bat, tensing, as he uncoils and delivers ...
PUTTING THE BEANS ON THE FIRE
A sizzling pace could cook Bold Forbes, but it was not burning in the Belmont Stakes.
Putting out the fires in New York
Hot Sparky Lyle was considered too special for the All-Star Game
PUTTING THE BOOKS BEFORE THE BALL
Last winter we reported on a phenomenon in U.S. intercollegiateathletics: A 7 ft. 3 in. basketball player from Africa was being toldby his school's ...
PUTTING THE PAY ON TOP OF THE TABLE IS BOUND TO PAY OFF IN SKIING WINS
World-class ski racing is probably the most lucrative of all amateur sports. It certainly has been the most hypocritical in its system of paying its ...