6 results found for: subject:"U.S. Open (Golf tournament)"

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1978 Dec. 18

McCormack, Mark H.

Memorandum from Mark H. McCormack to USGA Working Papers file

Concerning the BBC's commitment to cover the U. S. Open Championship. The BBC will pay $40,000 for these rights.

Mark H. McCormack Papers

1978 Nov. 20

McCormack, Mark H.

Memorandum from Mark H. McCormack to United States Golf Association working papers file

Notes concerning an offer from Dentsu for the United States Open Golf Championship for television rights, merchandising, and additional film and television properties of the United States Golf Association(USGA).

Mark H. McCormack Papers

1988 Feb. 2

McCormack, Mark H.

Memorandum from Mark H. McCormack to Michael Grade file

Notes from a meeting with Michael Grade on February 1, 1988.

Mark H. McCormack Papers

1979 Mar. 7

McCormack, Mark H.

Memorandum from Mark H. McCormack to file

Japan - Notes on meetings with Mamiya of Dentsu in Tokyo. McCormack provides notes on topics covered in the meetings along with an action to be taken on each topic addressed. Topics include, rights for the British Open Golf Championship, Arnold Palmer merchandising activities, World Match Play merchandising, television rights and sponsorship, British Open merchandising, Rolex Road to Wimbledon junior champion... more

Mark H. McCormack Papers

1981 Apr. 20

McCormack, Mark H.

Historical Comparison of Australian Rights

Australia - A series of lists conveying the current position on Nine Network major television championship rights in Australia. Championships include the U. S. Open (golf), the British Open, the World Match Play, Wimbledon, the U. S. Open (tennis), and the U. S. Masters (golf).

Mark H. McCormack Papers

1969 July 2

McCormack, Mark H.

Letter from Mark H. McCormack to Ray Cave

Random notes concerning the 1969 United States Open Championship and an upcoming article on the Open. McCormack discusses the impact of the disputes between the PGA and the USGA and comments that the Open Championship was horribly run. McCormack notes that in addition to calling Orville Moody, President Nixon called and spoke to Arnold Palmer, and informed him that although he had heard Moody was a ni... more

Mark H. McCormack Papers