Governor Farrington and Secretary Davis play golf at Kilauea Golf Course in Hawaii.
Hawaii USA Date:1928, August 19 Duration:1 min 12 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. Secretary of War, Dwight F. Davis and Hawaii Territorial Governor Wallace Rider Farrington, play golf at Kilauea National Park, Hawaii. Farrington places a ball on what is marked as "19th hole 510 yards." Davis and other onlookers stand nearby. Several sailors stand by a sign reading:"Kilauea Golf Course, 19th hole- Halemaumau." Using an iron, Farrington drives the ball, raising sand from the ground. Davis then tries his hand, striking his ball, with a clean drive, and follows up with a smooth ground stroke that puts his ball into the volcanic crater. The men and spectators look out over the crater for possible sight of the ball.
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