If this sign no longer exists, perhaps it could be re-created for the museum and/or put back in its place at the 18th tee.
In Tuesday practice rounds, Jack Burke, Jr. shot a 63. 133 played a qualifying round at Randolph for 40 places. 23 broke par and the cutoff was 73.
The pro-am on Wednesday resulted in a tie in the best-ball event. Al Besselink with amateur Al Hubbard of Tucson and Ted Kroll with amateur Babe Hall of Tucson had scores of 60. The individual low rounds of 66 were turned in by Chandler Harper, Henry Williams Jr. and Al Besselink. Dave Douglas and Bob Toski shot 67. A golf clinic hosted by Cary Middlecoff was also held on Wednesday.
First and second round leader: Dutch Harrison with a 64 and 130 respectively. 44 players broke par in the first round in front of 3,500 fans.
Third round leaders: Dutch Harrison and Tommy Bolt at 199.
The final round was a hole-by-hole, shot-by-shot duel between Tommy Bolt and Chandler Harper, playing in the same threesome. Tommy Bolt drained a 12-foot birdie putt on the 17th hole to seal the 1-stroke victory.
The Queen of the Tournament was Barbara Lopez.
6,500 fans attended Sunday's final round.