Arnold Palmer of Latrobe, Pennsylvania defeats the old masters in 22nd Annual Masters Golf Championship in Augusta, Georgia. Red Hopkins and Douglas Michael Ford contest with Palmer. A crowd in the court watches the match.
President Dwight D. Eisenhower standing by the presidential aircraft, at Augusta Regional Airport, Augusta Georgia. With him are his wife, Mamie, daughter-in-law, Barbara Jean, and grandchildren David (age 6), Barbara Anne (age 5) and Susan (age 2). At the Augusta National Golf Club: The Eisenhowers look over tables containing many silver prizes, including a silver tea set. President Eisenhower speaks with children attending the festivities. He dons a Tam O' Shanter cap. He and Mamie proceed to a car. On the way, Mrs. Eisenhower drops something and people nearby reach to retrieve it for her. The Eisenhowers continue to their car.
President Dwight D Eisenhower in Georgia. Cars enter the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta. A group of men climb up a staircase. President Dwight D Eisenhower seated at a desk signs some papers and converses with his press secretary, James C Hagerty.
U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower and First Lady Mamie Eisenhower arrive in Augusta, Georgia for a short vacation. Eisenhower and First Lady climb down a ladder. They are greeted by old friends A man in the background takes pictures. People look at them. Clifford Roberts Chairman of the Augusta Country Club greets Eisenhower. Eisenhower and Mamie meet their old friends.
Arthur Jonathan Wall, Jr. wins the Masters Golf Tournament at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia. Golf players hit balls at the golf course. The players include Arnold Daniel Palmer, Stan Leonard and Arthur Jonathan Wall Jr. . Spectators watch the tournament. The winner, Arthur Jonathan Wall Jr., receives the prize money of $15000 and is greeted.
Gay Brewer wins the Masters Golf Tournament at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia. Golf players hit balls on the golf course. The players include Gay Brewer, William Ben Hogan, Julius Nicholas Boros, Albert W. Yancey and Bobby Nichols. Spectators watch the tournament and applaud. Gay Brewer wins after beating Bobby Nichols by one. He receives the prize money of $20000 and a jacket.