The Early Days Of The Crosby Clambake

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The Early Days Of The Crosby Clambake

February 09, 2016

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Bing Crosby tees off for the television camera at Cypress Point in 1958.

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1949 winner Ben Hogan and his partner Johnny Dawson partake in the clam bake.

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Fans on the 13th green at Pebble Beach watch Sam Snead miss a 12 foot putt during the second round of the 1950 tournament.

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Actor James Garner uses a wood to get out of a trap on the sixth fairway during the second day of competition in 1959.

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Amateur Wheeler Farish Jr. hits a shot below the 16th green at Cypress Point. He took two strokes to get back up to the green in the 1963 tournament.

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Entertainer Andy Williams stands on the sea wall as he attempts to hit his ball onto the 18th green during the final round of the 1965 tournament.

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Robert McCall, amateur partner of Bill Collins, finds the green from the rocks below No. 16 on Cypress Point during the first round of the 25th Crosby National Pro-Am.

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Beautiful weather and a one dollar fee brought out more than 4,000 people to watch Arnold Palmer play against Jack Nicklaus in a practice round on Spyglass Hill in 1967.

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Doug Sanders gets in trouble by a tree on No. 17 at Cypress Point in the opening round of the 1967 Pro-Am.

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Johnny Pott and fans celebrate as he sinks a birdie putt to win a sudden-death playoff against Billy Casper and Bruce Devlin in 1968.

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Howie Johnson hit his tee shot on No. 15 at Cypress Point during the third round of the 1969 tournament .

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Jack Nicklaus studies his lie below the 16th green at Cypress Point during the second round of the 1969 tournament.

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Golfers huddle together against the wind and rain on the course near the 17th hole at Cypress Point in 1969.

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Tom Watson throws his ball into the Pacific Ocean as he wins the 36th annual Bing Crosby Pro-Am with a 273, one stroke ahead of Tony Jacklin.

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