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(Holder Dave Stockton) played at the National Golf Club, Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.
For the first time in its long history the PGA - one of the world's classic tournaments - has been moved from its traditional autumn placing at the end of the season. The rearranged date has meant much early-season application by all the established stars of the American circuit.
For Arnold Palmer this Championship represents a personal ambition, being the only major title that has eluded him; and the US Open Champion, Tony Jacklin, has recently returned to the US to play in the tournament. They regard this first title challenge of the season as a valuable psychological springboard towards the glittering rewards of the US Masters and the US Open to be played in April and June respectively.
The highlights of the final round introduced by Peter Alliss
Presented by the American Broadcasting Company and edited for BBCtv by Alan Mouncer

(Next week: United States v The World)


Arnold Palmer
Tony Jacklin
Peter Alliss
Alan Mouncer

Items of interest, information, and investigation for collectors about collecting
This week's subjects include:

Part of Our Working Past

Thomas Stevens: silk picture artist. Stevengraphs are one of the most rapidly appreciating items in the collectors' world. A recent major sale was devoted entirely to Stevens's work.

Some viewers' questions answered

Introduced by Hugh Scully and James Norbury
(from Bristol)


Hugh Scully
James Norbury
Robin Drake
Paul Smith
John King

Starring Rock Hudson, Jean Simmons, Dorothy McGuire, Claude Rains

The owner of California's largest vineyard rules his family with autocratic single-minded purpose and, inevitably, a rebel emerges amongst the younger members.
Alongside the drama of family intrigue, the film highlights an unusual aspect of the prohibition era.
(This Week's Films: page 9)


Henry King
John Rambeau:
Rock Hudson
Jean Simmons
Dorothy McGuire
Philippe Rambeau:
Claude Rains
Francis Fairon:
Kent Smith
Buz Dietrick:
Cindy Robbins

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