moe norman

moe norman

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My Usual Game

Nine holes with a mysterious stranger, plus losing on purpose

Dayton Olson was a talented amateur who turned pro in 1965. He played in one PGA Tour event and one Champions Tour event -- the 1983 U.S. Senior Open, at Hazeltine -- and made the...
Sunday, 3/1/2015 at 11:32AM
My Usual Game

The Muny Life: Mayfair Country Club

Recently, I wrote about Mayfair Country Club, a muny in Sanford, Florida, and its interesting connection to Moe Norman. But wait! There’s more!The driveway at Mayfair is flanked by enormous live oaks. They were planted...
Thursday, 2/19/2015 at 4:00PM
My Usual Game

Moe Norman slept here (Richard Nixon did not)

The Canadian golf legend Moe Norman had a wide stance, a short takeaway, a lumberjack motion, and a finish that made him look like he was dangling from a rope, yet many knowledgeable players, Tiger...
Thursday, 2/19/2015 at 10:00AM
News & Tours

Missing Links: Players 'Moneyball' approach to improvement, Langer's improbable Ryder Cup bid

By John Strege Stories of interest you might have missed… “[Jason] Day said before every tournament, [caddie and coach Col] Swatton hands him a piece of paper that tells him what he has to do...
Wednesday, 7/30/2014 at 9:23AM
Gear & Equipment

PowerStroke: An ergonomic, mid-taper grip

By John Strege Have those in search of game improvement through better equipment been looking in the wrong place? A retired oral surgeon from Richmond, Va., thinks so. "I long had an idea that...
Friday, 6/21/2013 at 5:18PM
Instruction

Moe Norman: How to hit the ball dead straight

Lorne Rubenstein knew the legendary Moe Norman better than any other writer. And he has put that relationship to good use with his book Moe & Me: Encounters with Moe Norman, Golf's Mysterious Genius, published...
Wednesday, 4/25/2012 at 5:37PM
Magazines

My Shot: Moe Norman

Weeks before passing away, Pipeline Moe, the straightest hitter who ever lived, offered a lasting testimonial to the game he loved.
November 2004
Magazines

My Shot: Hank Haney

A world-class instructor provides some tips for your game (and insight into Tiger's) and explains why it's not a good idea to stand back when you meet Chunk.
May 2005
Magazines

My Shot: Ken Venturi

For 35 years he came into our living room as an inimitable TV presence. Now it's our turn to drop in on him for a breezy trip to the memory bank.
December 2004
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