This day in sport: 05 May 1963

May 5, 2010 at 12:00 pm Leave a comment

The “Golden Bear’ captures first of five golfing titles

Jack Nicklaus captured the first of his five Tournament of Champions titles. ‘The Golden Bear’ beat Tony Lema and Arnold by five strokes with a four-round total of 273. The tournament has now reverted to the season-starting Mercede Championship in Hawaii.

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