Name

McCormack, Mark H. (69)
Palmer, Arnold, 1929- (15)
Player, Gary (15)
Foley, Charles L. (9)
Wells, Ian (6)
Jacklin, Tony (5)
Nicklaus, Jack (4)
Charles, Bob, 1936- (3)
Dominion Sunday Times (3)
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Ferrier, Bob (3)
Mulberry, Al F. (3)
World of Sports, Limited (3)
Aaron, Tommy, 1937- (2)
Aikens, Patricia A. (2)
Chilcote, Judy A. (2)
Evans, Rex B. (2)
Florida Citrus Open (2)
Gary Player Enterprises (2)
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Blumberg, Stephen L. (1)
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Connor, M. J. (1)
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Firestone Tire and Rubber Company (1)
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Hayes, Dale, 1952- (1)
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Walter, Jim (1)
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West, Carroll B. (1)
Whillans, R. H. (1)
White Motor Company (1)
Wofford, Ralph (1)

Topic

Golf exhibitions (71)
Business enterprises (13)
Golf (10)
Sales (10)
Tournaments (9)
Finance (8)
Planning (6)
Business communication (5)
Business meetings (3)
Corporate sponsorship (3)
Economic aspects (2)
Endorsements in advertising (2)
Professional athletes (2)
Contracts, Preliminary (1)
Equipment and supplies (1)
Exhibitions (1)
Instructional films (1)
Motorsports (1)
Negotiation in business (1)
Office management (1)
Photography of sports (1)
Skis and skiing (1)
Sports films (1)
Sports sponsorship (1)
Sunglasses industry (1)
Tennis (1)
Travel (1)
Women golfers (1)

Genre

Correspondence (70)
Memorandums (22)
Notes (1)

Collection

Mark H. McCormack Papers (71)

Place

New Zealand (2)
Australia (1)
Tahiti (French Polynesia) (1)

 

 

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McCormack notes that the World Cup will be played October 2-5, a couple weeks before the Australian circuit begins. McCormack believes that certain players who had played in the World Cup would be available for a Far Eastern exhibition. He suggests Bruce Devlin and Bob Charles, and notes that Bobby Cole and Harold Henning may be on the South African Team, but they will have to wait and see. McCormack ... more
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1969 Mar. 3
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Concerning a Gary Player and Tony Jacklin exhibition. McCormack notes that Nairn Flooring Company agreed to sponsor the event at Sunningdale in October, 1970 and specifies the fees for each player.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1970 June 8
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Assuming there will be no British government problem with Tony Jacklin going to Rhodesia, he would want about $5,000 plus expenses for one exhibition match and perhaps $7,500 for two.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1970 Sept. 10
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Concerning Gary Player and Arnold Palmer exhibition proposals. McCormack asks Foley to contact Mike Mural regarding a Gary (Indiana) Country Club exhibition. Additionally, McCormack specifies some requirements concerning an Arnold Palmer exhibition for a Nashville charity and asks Foley to contact Martha Ingram.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1971 Apr. 14
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McCormack writes regarding the exhibition match that Marley Tile Company put on and how it reminded him of their various discussions about public relations activities involving golf.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1974 Aug. 20
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McCormack notes that Gary Player is participating in the Dallas Open, primarily because the South African Marine Corporation desires him to, and will be attending the banquet on their behalf. However, Player will not be able to play a golf exhibition match with customers at that time, though he may be able to put on a brief clinic before the banquet.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1968 Mar. 8
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McCormack believes that Peter Townsend and Tony Jacklin are probably the most sought after golf players in the United Kingdom for exhibitions. Because of this, McCormack wants to make a firm effort to upgrade the exhibition price standard.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1968 Oct. 14
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McCormack attempts to solidify Arnold Palmer's schedule for appearances, photography sessions, interviews, exhibitions, and the production of a new instructional golf film.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1969 Jan. 4
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McCormack notes that the position of the New Zealand PGA won't have the slightest effect on Wells' arranging the golf exhibition matches in New Zealand.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1970 Feb. 27
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McCormack writes Ian Wells regarding a conversation he had with Bob Charles at the Masters in which Charles told him that Wells had made reference in his letter to a possible exhibition tour in New Zealand. McCormack informs him that due to scheduling conflicts, Jack Nicklaus will not be coming to Australia this year. He adds that Gary Player will be visiting Australia for two weeks and that Arnold Pa... more
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1970 Apr. 18