A Golden "Putt" 1931

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Full title reads: "America. A Golden 'Putt'. With a 6 yd. putt - Gene Sarazen beats all America's best players for huge prize."

La Gorce Country Club, Miami Beach, Florida - United States of America (USA).

MS of Walter Hagen of All-American team drives off from the golf tee. Shots...

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Cataloguer:
Mark
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
sound
Media URN:
8180
Sort Number:
31/029
Time in/Out:
01:35:26:00 / 01:37:01:00
Canister:
31/29
Film ID:
767.09
Issue Date:
09/04/1931

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  • The tournament being played is the 1931 "La Gorce" Open.

    The location is the La Gorce Country Club, Miami Beach, Florida.

    The "huge prize" is a cheque for $5000, plus a $1000 gold plate.

    Sarazen wins with a total score of 282.

    jamied 5th May 2012
  • Interesting. Thanks.

    British Pathé 1st Jun 2012

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