Sport: Tips for a Golfer

Golfer Ike Eisenhower, who has his troubles breaking 90, got a few tips this week from Old Pro Tommy Armour, 57, who has trouble breaking 70 nowadays. But in his prime (the 19205), Armour managed to win professional golf's triple crown: the U.S. and British Opens and the P.G.A. Sitting down with a batch of Ike-in-action photographs for This Week Magazine, Armour tells the President what is right—and wrong—with his game. The rest of the U.S.'s 3,265,000 golfers could profit by Armour's tips.

The President, says Armour, is "at his golfing best" on the pitch shot: "the most valuable stroke-saving shot in...

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