Golf: More Than a Game

It is hard to think of Jack Nicklaus as an old man, especially at 28, when he is still the favorite to win practically every tournament he plays. But Jack is suddenly experiencing the problem that every aging prodigy faces: youngsters are tapping him on the shoulder and saying, "Move over, Dad." This spring, as never before, professional golf has been invaded by an army of ambitious newcomers who can belt a ball every bit as far as their elders (or farther), dig divots on the greens with the bite of their approach...

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