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Tucson's annual $10,000 open honors Leo Diegel

Article Date: 
January 1951
Language: 
English
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This green, this sunny paradise for golf

Author: 
R.J.Allen
Article Date: 
June 1962
Article Abstract: 
Golf in the Phoenix area
Language: 
English
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The pro golf trail: lots of roughs and traps

Author: 
R.Barrett
Article Date: 
January 5, 1975
Article Abstract: 
Three Phoenicians compete
Language: 
English
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The nine most challenging golf holes in the Valley of the Sun

Author: 
R.J.Allen
Article Date: 
June 1963
Language: 
English
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The grassless mirage

Author: 
J.Woodward
Article Date: 
November 13, 1966
Article Abstract: 
The grassless Ironwood course north of Scottsdale
Language: 
English
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The determined muni golfers

Article Date: 
April 23, 1967
Article Abstract: 
They gather in pre-dawn to pursue mass pleasure with a club.
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English
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The complete guide to Valley golf courses

Article Date: 
December 1974
Language: 
English
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The challenge of Arizona golf

Author: 
J. Bartell
Article Date: 
1990
Article Abstract: 
More than 200 courses statewide reflect both innovative, imaginative design and classic layouts of the traditional school. Illus. Accompanied by a brief interview with Jack Nicklaus on designing desert courses. Port.
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English
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Sticks, stones and clubs

Author: 
D. Stumpf
Article Date: 
June 1989
Article Abstract: 
Phoenician Karsten Solheim designed and custom-makes the most popular golf clubs in history (the Ping Eye 2 model putter), but his product is too good - it's been banned by the PGA and USGA. It's a fascinating story. Illus. Port
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English
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Scene on the green

Author: 
R. O'Meara
Article Date: 
November 1, 1959
Article Abstract: 
Women golfers
Language: 
English
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