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My Shot: Pete Dye

Overtip the ice-cream girl. Feel free to dress badly. And whatever you do, don't wrestle Babe Zaharias. A few tips from an American icon.
July 2002
Magazines

My Shot: Michelle Wie

We came to talk golf. Our child prodigy opted to discuss terrifying clowns, 16-hour snoozes, revolting elixirs and run-ins with the golf gods. Frankly, we're glad she got her way.
August 2004
Magazines

My Shot: Curtis Strange

A former shoe salesman, two-time U.S. Open champion and soon-to-be senior reflects on pranks, polish and pain.
February 2005
Magazines

My Shot: Billy Casper

A winner of 51 tour events speaks out on the value of putting in the dark, hippo as an entree, and why he always wanted to be known as The Gorilla.
April 2005
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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: Notah Begay III

The PGA Tour's most fervent idealist envisions a perfect world—one devoid of snakes, diabetes, and certain team mascots.
October 2004
Magazines

My Shot: Jackie Burke

Check your ego at the door and listen up. Golf's greatest living sage is going to give you a talking-to you'll never forget.
May 2004
Magazines

My Shot: Tom Meeks

He's the best rules official in golf. Here's Tom Meeks' scorecard on life, signed and attested.
June 2004
Magazines

My Shot: Judy Rankin

She's survived air kisses, a marriage in Juarez and a world-class burglar. Somehow the best on-course analyst in television has emerged none the worse for wear.
September 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
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