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Name: - Alec Ross
Country: - Scotland
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Original Home/Club: - Dornoch, Scotland
Occupation: - Professional golfer
Turned Pro: -

Roll of Honour

MAJORS [1] : US Open (1907)


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Alec and brother Donald were born in Dornoch in Scotland and later emigrated to the USA. Alec won many top level tournaments in the US, including the North & South Open on five occasions.


Top tournaments won by Alec Ross

1926Men EuropeEuropean MastersLucerne145x
Played as the Swiss Open. Won by defending champion Alec Ross (Scot). [Lucerne GC, Lucerne, Switzerland].
1925Men EuropeEuropean MastersEngadine - Samedan148
Played as the Swiss Open. Won by Alec Ross (Scot). [Samedan course, Engadine GC, Samedan, nr St Moritz].
1923Men EuropeEuropean MastersEngadine - Samedan149
Played as the inaugural Swiss Open. Won by Alec Ross (Scot). [Samedan course, Engadine GC, Samedan, nr St Moritz].
1907Men MajorsUS OpenPhiladelphia Cricket Club302$300
The US Open (13th) (June 20/21). Second-placed Gilbert Nicholls (USA) finished 2 shots behind Alexander "Alec" Ross (Scot), brother of Donald Ross. [St Martin's course, Philadelphia Cricket Club, Philadelphia, PA. Original 18-hole course now reduced to 9-holes].

 

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