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PRO GOLF RESULTS

Oct. 16, 1961
Oct. 16, 1961

Table of Contents
Oct. 16, 1961

Golf Results
IBM And The Tiger
Yesterday
Cassius Clay
  • Cassius Clay, the heavyweight prodigy who is called Cautious by his trainer, was anything but in Louisville last week. He knocked out Alex Miteff and showed he can fight almost as much as he can talk

The Shotgun
Redskins' Marshall
Grapesmanship
Terry Baker
Horse Racing
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

PRO GOLF RESULTS

PGA winners through mid-September

LOS ANGELES OPEN
Bob Goalby, Crystal River, Fla., 275 for 72 holes, $7,500.

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SAN DIEGO OPEN
Arnold Palmer, Miami, 271 for 72 holes (won playoff), $2,800.

BING CROSBY NATIONAL
Bob Rosburg, Portland, Ore., 282 for 72 holes, $5,300.

LUCKY INTERNATIONAL OPEN
Gary Player, Langhorne, Pa., 272 for 72 holes, $9,000.

PALM SPRINGS GOLF CLASSIC
Billy Maxwell, Dallas, 345 for 90 holes, $5,300.

PHOENIX OPEN
Arnold Palmer, Miami, 270 for 72 holes (won playoff), $4,300.

PANAMA OPEN
Pete Cooper, Dorado Beach, P.R., 273 for 72 holes, $1,200.

HOME OF THE SUN OPEN
Dave Hill, Denver, 269 for 72 holes (won playoff), $2,800.

MARACAIBO OPEN
Don Whitt, Borrego Springs, Calif., 283 for 72 holes, $1,200.

CARACAS OPEN
Don Whitt, Borrego Springs, Calif., 272 for 72 holes, $1,200.

BATON ROUGE OPEN
Arnold Palmer, Miami, 266 for 72 holes, $2,800.

GREATER NEW ORLEANS OPEN
Doug Sanders, Ojai, Calif., 272 for 72 holes, $4,300.

PUERTO RICO OPEN
Billy Maxwell, Dallas, 273 for 72 holes, $1,200.

PENSACOLA OPEN
Tommy Bolt, Crystal River, Fla., 275 for 72 holes, $2,800.

JAMAICA OPEN
Jim Ferree, Winston-Salem, N.C., 275 for 72 holes, $1,200.

ST. PETERSBURG OPEN
Bob Goalby, Crystal River, Fla., 261 for 72 holes, $2,800.

SUNSHINE OPEN
Gary Player, Langhorne, Pa., 273 for 72 holes, $3,500.

AZALEA INVITATIONAL
Jerry Barber, Los Angeles, 213 for 54 holes (won playoff), $1,206.

THE MASTERS
Gary Player, Langhorne, Pa., 280 for 72 holes, $20,000.

GREATER GREENSBORO OPEN
Mike Souchak, Grossinger, N.Y., 276 for 72 holes, $3,200.

HOUSTON CLASSIC
Jay Hebert, Lafayette, La., 276 for 72 holes (won playoff), $7,000.

TEXAS OPEN
Arnold Palmer, Miami, 270 for 72 holes, $4,300.

WACO TURNER OPEN
Butch Baird, Galveston, Texas, 281 for 72 holes, $2,800.

TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS
Sam Snead, White Sulphur Springs, W.Va., 273 for 72 holes, $10,000.

COLONIAL NATIONAL
Doug Sanders, Ojai, Calif., 281 for 72 holes, $7,000.

HOT SPRINGS OPEN
Doug Sanders, Ojai, Calif., 273 for 72 holes, $2,800.

SAM SNEAD FESTIVAL
Sam Snead, White Sulphur Springs, W.Va., 266 for 72 holes, $2,000.

"500" FESTIVAL OPEN
Doug Ford, Tuckahoe, N.Y., 273 for 72 holes (won playoff), $9,000.

MEMPHIS OPEN
Cary Middlecoff, Memphis, 266 for 72 holes, $4,300.

USGA OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP
Gene Littler, El Cajon, Calif., 281 for 72 holes, $14,000.

WESTERN OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP
Arnold Palmer, Miami, 271 for 72 holes, $5,000.

BUICK OPEN
Jack Burke Jr., Kiamesha Lake, N.Y., 284 for 72 holes (won playoff), $9,000.

ST. PAUL OPEN
Don January, Dallas, 269 for 72 holes, $4,300.

CANADIAN OPEN
Jacky Cupit, Longview, Texas, 270 for 72 holes, $4,300.

MILWAUKEE OPEN
Bruce Crampton, Sydney, Australia, 272 for 72 holes, $4,300.

PGA CHAMPIONSHIP
Jerry Barber, Los Angeles, 277 for 72 holes (won playoff), $11,000.

EASTERN OPEN
Doug Sanders, Ojai, Calif., 275 for 72 holes, $5,300.

INSURANCE CITY OPEN
Billy Maxwell, Dallas, 271 for 72 holes (won playoff), $4,300.

CARLING OPEN
Gay Brewer Jr., Crystal River, Fla., 277 for 72 holes, $5,300.

AMERICAN GOLF CLASSIC
Jay Hebert, Lafayette, La., 278 for 72 holes (won playoff), $9,000.

DALLAS OPEN
Earl Stewart Jr., Dallas, 278 for 72 holes, $4,300.

DENVER OPEN
Dave Hill, Denver, 268 for 72 holes, $3,500.

GREATER SEATTLE OPEN
Dave Marr, Sun City, Ariz., 265 for 72 holes (won playoff), $3,500.

PHOTOBOB GOALBY, CRYSTAL RIVER, FLA.PHOTOBILLY MAXWELL, DALLASPHOTODON WHITT, BORREGO SPRINGS, CALIF.