Visnews catches what the experts said should have been the closing stages of the world team gold championship, St Andrews, Scotland, October 11.
S.V. STEWART OF SOUTH AFRICA..(LEFT) SHAKES HANDS WITH BRACHT OF ARGENTINE.
S.V.PAN OF CROWD.
S.V. TOO GOOD AUSTRALIA AND JONES..NEW ZEALAND..CHATTING.
S.V. MACDOUGAL..NEW ZEALAND..PUTTING ON 18th.
L.V. WOLSTELHOLME SINKS PUTT ON 18th.
C.U. BOBBY JONES..U.S.A.CAPTAIN...LOOKING ON.
S.V. MACDOUGAL (LEFT) NEW ZEALAND...AND HYDEN..U.S.A. (RIGHT T) LOOKING AT SCORES.
S.V. MACDOUGAL AND HYDEN AND ANOTHER ..POSING.
Initials D.C. A.S./P.B.
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Background: Visnews catches what the experts said should have been the closing stages of the world team gold championship, St Andrews, Scotland, October 11.
With a clear lead, Australia were favourites to finish the match but bad luck dogged their team and the day finished in a tie between Australia and United States at 918 points. The U.S. n on-playing captain, Bobby Jones, who had recently received the Freedom of St Andrews, is seen on film at the 18th.
Great Britain and Ireland were only one point behind at the end of the day with 919 each. Behind them were: 921, New Zealand; 940, Argentine; 945, Canada and South Africa; 949, France; 957, Sweden; 963, Italy; 964, Belgium; 970, Philippines; 947, Spain; 981, India and Switzerland; 985, Bermuda; 998, Germany and Kenya; 1,005, Netherlands; 1,006, Japan; 1,009, Brazil; 1,015, Venezuela; 1,017, Finland; 1,029, Malaya; 1,040, Norway; 1,049, China and Portugal; 1,07, Austria; 1,084, Iceland.
In the play off, October 13, Australia found form again and won with a three-man aggregate of 222 against 224.