405 results found for: subject:"Television programs"

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1963 May 15

McCormack, Mark H.

Letter from James Patrick to Mark H. McCormack

Tupelo (Miss.) - Patrick proposes a television show, which would air weekly for an hour and would cover "all the most important shots in the game, and explaining in detail how they should be made." Patrick suggests that known entertainers would be used as pupils by the professionals. He suggests Automobile Manufacturers, Cigarette Manufacturers, and Golf Equipment Manufacturers as possible sponsors... more

Mark H. McCormack Papers

1963 May 28

McCormack, Mark H.

Letter from Mark H. McCormack to James Patrick

McCormack thanks Patrick for his letter and the TV idea, but explains that the main problem seems to be that there aren't enough golfers interested in such a show to warrant the high cost of producing it for television. However, McCormack hopes that Patrick is more successful selling the instructional approach. See also mums700-b0001-f015-014.

Mark H. McCormack Papers

1964

Olofson, Phillip H.

Description of PUTT and TAKE

Describing how to play PUTT and TAKE, contestants and prizes, production information, and special promotions

Mark H. McCormack Papers

1964

Olofson, Phillip H.

PUTT and TAKE advertisement

Describing a new golf show available on a franchise basis for local production; PUTT and TAKE is an 18-hole putting match, augmented by a Jackpot Putt.

Mark H. McCormack Papers

1964 Aug. 13

Olofson, Phillip H.

Letter from Phil Olofson to Mark H. McCormack

Fort Wayne (Ind.) - Olofson, creator of Putt and Take television show, asks McCormack if would be any interest in his office in the development of the program on a national basis. Olofson believes that Putt and Take, with a substantial Jackpot Putt prize, has tremendous audience potential, and talks of developing a national competition.

Mark H. McCormack Papers

1967 Nov. 1

McCormack, Mark H.

Letter from Mark H. McCormack to R. E. Hadingham

McCormack thinks he an Hadingham will work out the Clive Clark arrangement soon and notes he will also be sending something with reference to Doug Sanders and the golf ball; suggests to Hadingham and Wimbledon to endeavor to understand themselves directly rather than through a British television network. McCormack believes that one must sell an event such as Wimbledon t... more

Mark H. McCormack Papers

1967 Nov. 24

McCormack, Mark H.

Memorandum from Mark H. McCormack to Jay Michaels

Pertaining to TWS-BBC File and APE-TV- Documentary Films. McCormack breaks down the cost of what he would like to receive from the BBC element of the program and how they could pre-sell to corporate sponsors.

Mark H. McCormack Papers

1967 Dec. 28

McCormack, Mark H.

Letter from Mark H. McCormack to Stanley Baker

Cleveland (Ohio) - McCormack writes regarding Jay Michaels and the Best 18 Holes in Great Britain television series featuring Gary Player and other professional golfers, the Jack Nicklaus instructional films and the development of a live television event comparable to the United States World Series of Golf.

Mark H. McCormack Papers

1968 Feb. 22

McCormack, Mark H.

Letter from Mark H. McCormack to Trans World Sports

McCormack reminds Michaels to contact Dave Kennedy regarding the ABC Wide World of Sports telecast and to consider a closed circuit receiver for upcoming golf tournaments and Wimbledon.

Mark H. McCormack Papers

1969 Mar. 3

McCormack, Mark H.

Letter from Mark H. McCormack to George Cole

McCormack comments on the Variety Show and general television income. He believes that they won't realize significant overseas television revenues and would like to further explore major Scottish commercial companies to sponsor a film. He also notes that Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus are not interested in involving themselves in an auction sweep venture. McCormack would like to discuss all these thi... more

Mark H. McCormack Papers