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    Lindrick, Yorkshire.

    Ryder Cup golfing championship at Lindrick in progress. SV. British golf player Christy O'Connor driving off and then walking away as spectators applaud. GV. Large crowd standing round 12th green. SV. American Ed Furgol lining up putt and he hits ball. Camera pans to a few inches short of the hole. SV. Spectators. SV. British Team Captain, Dai Rees, lining up. He hits ball and it drops into hole. He walks across and takes it out then walks off green. GV. Crowds walking down road towards camera. SV. American Doug Ford driving off. LV. American captain, Jack Burke, lining up putt. He hits ball and it misses hole by inches. LV. Crowd. SV. British golfer Peter Mills, lining up. He hits ball, it drops into hole. GV. Large crowds round 18th green. SV. British, Harry Bradshaw chipping out of bunker. SCU. Two men spectators marking card. Bradshaw putting, ball rolls round hole. He looks disgusted. SCU. Man and woman in crowd. SV. Dai Rees putting ball into hole. He beats Furgol. Picks up ball, shakes hands with Furgol, then throws ball to crowd. SCU. Elderly man jumps down and chases ball. We see the man who eventually got it. CU. Man wiping grass from ball, his face is seen. Scoreboard reading final result - Great Britain 7 1/2 USA 4 1/2 points. SV. Dai Rees being presented with Ryder Cup. Rees turns and holds up Cup. LV. Massed crowds cheering. SCU. Rees holding up the Cup.

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    British Pathé
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    Black & White
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    01:15:07:00 / 01:16:38:00
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    Sport & Leisure
    Ryder Cup Temporary workspace: 30.4.2010 16:55 Ryder Cup Videos 1957 Sporting Rivalries Ryder Cup ryder cup Irish Golf Ryder Cup
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Comments (2)

  1. jamied says

    The match was played on the 4th and 5th October 1957.

    "Christian O'Connor" should read Christy O'Connor, (although the voiceover does erroneously call him Christian).

    "Jackie Burke" was known as Jack Burke, (again despite the voiceover man saying "Jackie").

  2. British Pathé says

    Thanks again.

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