July 2010
NCGA Golf;Summer2010, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p44
The article focuses on the life of former amateur golfer Sandy Tatum in the U.S. It discusses his achievements in his chosen field which include his honor as a member of the Stanford golf team, as a president of the United States Golf Association (USGA), and as a guardian of public golf in San Francisco, California. It notes that he turned 90 on July 10, 2010 but despite his age, he still shows enthusiasm and he still plays twice a week. His influences in golf are also mentioned.


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