Historical Art PhotoNews Posters Circa 1946 - 1952
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“Babe” Didrison Wins British Golf Crown
Ben Hogan Regains National Golf Crown
Radiophotos from London show Mrs. Mildred Zaharias (Babe Didrikson) of Denver, Colo., wearing the "lucky pants" she says helped her win British Women's Golf Championship; center, dancing a highland fling after beating opponent 5 and 4 in 36-hole final, and holding the prize trophy,
Ben Hogan, center, who was never supposed to play golf again, after an automobile smash-up, returns to the "niblick wars" to win the U.S. Open Golf Championship tourney at Ardmore, Pa., in a 3-way playoff with Lloyd Mangrum, right, and George Fazio, left. Ben shot a 69 to win.
Left: Lew Worsham, 29-year-old ex-sailor from Oakmont, Pa., with his wife, holds National Open Golf Championship trophy after win of Sam Snead at St. Louis. Right: USGA officials measure distance of balls from cup on 18th green in playoff. Snead missed a 2 ft. 6-1/2 in. putt. Worsham sank his 2 ft 5-1/2 in. putt to win.
Left: Bob Gilman, Portland, Me., misses and 8-foot putt by inches, during the International Blind Golfers Tournament at Los Angeles. He shot the first 18 holes in 110. Right: Charles Tooth, Hamilton, Ont., dropped this 3O-footer with aid of coach who gave him direction, and caddy to rattled pole in cup to give him distance.
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