Golf: Film of the Bowmaker thirty-six hole Amateur-Professional Tournament, which began yesterday on the Old Course at Sunningdale, in Berkshire.
Golf: Film of the Bowmaker thirty-six hole Amateur-Professional Tournament, which began yesterday on the Old Course at Sunningdale, in Berkshire. At the start of the two-day tournament, the cold win and driving rain added greatly to the hazards of the game. Carrying an umbrella, Group Captain Bader, playing for the Amateurs, was followed round by a crowd of spectators in dripping raincoats.
Ted Ray had a difficult moment right at the beginning.
Jack Hawkins and friends were among the onlookers. Better weather saw Colonel Newman off to a good start this morning.
Here's B.J. Hunt, who broke the course record yesterday with a round of sixty-two. Receiving scores by radio are men of the Life Guards.
F. van Donck of Belgium drives off smoothly for the Professionals.
Lord Hardwicke, playing for the Amateurs, registers disappointment at his effort.
R. P. Mills, going round this morning in sixty-three, made nine holes in twenty-eight. The final results are not yet in.