U.S. WOMEN'S OPEN GOLF At Worchester, Mass., a blazing competition among the top women golfers. In the final round, Betsy Rawls holds a lead against close-trailing and hard-pressing challengers and goes on to win her 4th U.S. Open, the first time ever for a woman. NOTE: Reporter voice-over requires additional clearances.
MASTERS TOURNAMENT OF 1961 At Augusta, Arnold Palmer tees-off in the Masters Golf Tournament. He's followed by Gary Player of South Africa. The eighteenth hole sees one of the most hectic finishes in the history of the Masters. Player finishes with a total of 280. Palmer needs only par to win.
1960 BRITISH OPEN Australia's Kel Nagle tee's off in the 100th British Open on Scotland's St. Andrew's course. Roberto De Vicenzo and Arnold Palmer are also featured. Torrential rains cause the final round to be postponed. Fans watch Nagle win and receive the trophy. NOTE: Reporter voice-over requires additional clearances.
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