Skins Game (LG) Golf Tournament

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From the Lawrence Levy Photographic Golf Collection Collection Collection
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Photographs of the friendly competition between the four leading players of the era in 1983. A 'Skins Game' is a golf competition based on a match play format. Only four golfers are involved and they play to win individual holes, called 'skins'. There is a monetary value on each skin which increases in increments throughout the round. If a golfer has the best score on a hole he wins the money for that hole. If there is a tie in scores, the value of that hole carries over to the next hole. The individual who wins the most skins wins the competition.


November 1983


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