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INTERNATIONAL GOLF

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The Piccadilly World
Match Play Championship starring
LEE TREVINO (U.S.A.)
ARNOLD PALMER (USA.)
GARY PLAYER (South Africa) TONY JACKLIN (Great Britain) BOB CHARLES (New Zealand) PETER THOMSON (Australia)
BRIAN HUGGETT (Great Britain) BILLY CASPER (U.S.A.)
Eight of the world's top golfers battle over the West Course at Wentworth for a total stake of £ 16,000, with a prize of £ 5,000 to the winner.
BBC outside broadcast cameras bring you a report on the afternoon round of the first day's thirty-six-hole quarter-final matches Commentators: Henry Longhurst Bill Cox , Mark McCormack
TV presentation by Nick Hunter Bill Malcolm. Bill Taylor Producer. RAY LAKELAND
RACING from Ascot Heath 3.5 The Winkfield Hurdle Race
Handicap over three miles
3.35 The Frogmore Steeplechase over two miles
4.5 The Datchet Hurdle Race over two miles
Commentators:
Peter O'Sullevan , Clive Graham
TV presentation by Dennis Monger

Contributors

Unknown: Lee Trevino
Unknown: Arnold Palmer
Unknown: Tony Jacklin
Unknown: Brian Huggett
Commentators: Henry Longhurst
Commentators: Bill Cox
Commentators: Mark McCormacK
Presentation By: Nick Hunter
Presentation By: Bill Malcolm.
Presentation By: Bill Taylor
Producer: Ray Lakeland
Unknown: Peter O'Sullevan
Unknown: Clive Graham
Presentation By: Dennis Monger

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