Who's who: Roger Wethered

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  • Photo of Roger Wethered
  • Photo of Roger Wethered
  • Photo of Roger Wethered
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  • Photo of Roger Wethered
  • Photo of Roger Wethered

Who's who: Roger Wethered

  • Name:

    Roger Henry Wethered
  • Country:

  • Lived:

    [1899-1983]. Born on Jan 3, 1899 in New Malden, London. Died on March 12, 1983 in Wimbledon, London (aged 84).
  • Original/Home Club:

    West Surrey GC; Worplesdon GC.
  • Occupation:

    Amateur golfer; stockbroker.
  • Turned Pro:


Roll of Honour

Walker Cup player (1922, '23, '26, '30, '34). Walker Cup captain (1930). British Amateur champion (1923).

Did you know?

Roger Wethered was a highly accomplished amateur golfer in the period between the two World Wars. He was the brother of Joyce Wethered, one of the finest English women golfers of that era.

Roger was runner-up to home-favourite Jock Hutchison in the 1921 Open Championship at St Andrews. He soundly defeated another Scotsman, Robert Harris, 7 and 6 in the 1923 Amateur Championship at Royal Cinque Ports.

Top tournaments won by Roger Wethered



Winner (holder)

Wethered, Roger


7 & 6

Prize money


Title sponsor


The Amateur Championship (34th). Wethered (Eng) beat Robert Harris (Scot) 7 and 6 in the final. [Royal Cinque Ports GC, Deal, Kent].

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