Sam Snead of the U.S. beat Harry Weetman of Britain four and three at first?
Roll I. 90 feet
Opening of the golf course by Mrs. James A.De Rothschild (2 shots)
C.U. Lord Rothschild, Camridge biologist (2 shots)
Lord Rothschild and Aba Eban, the Minister of Education - drive the first tee (3 shots)
The match between Snead and Weetman (10 shots)
End of the match-Trophy for the winner (3 shots)
Roll II. (50 feet)
The Trophy (2 shots)
Sign-Caesarea golf club (1 shot)
Near the golf course:
The old harbour with Roman and Crusader ruins (3 shots)
The old wall-date back to the Crusader period of the thirteenth century (3 shots)
Two Roman statues of the 2nd-3rd century (2 shots)
A Mosaic-the floor of a Byzantine church of the 5th-6th century. The mosaic is composed of interlaced circles, each containing a different bird or animal. (5 shots)
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Background: Sam Snead of the U.S. beat Harry Weetman of Britain four and three at first international golf match on brand new golfcourse founded in Caesarea by Rothschild family.
Festive ceremony attended by some three thousand including cabinet ministers and diplomatic cops and group of golf enthusiasts.
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