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Name: - Alex Herd
Country: - Scotland
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Occupation: - Professional golfer
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MAJORS [1] : The Open (1902)


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Brother of Fred Herd (who won the US Open in 1898).


Top tournaments won by Alex Herd

1926Men EuropeBritish Match PlayRoyal Mid-Surrey38th hole£300
Played as the News of the World Match Play (Sept 21-24). Alexander 'Sandy' Herd (Scot) beat Jack Bloxham (Eng) at the 38th hole in the final. Herd recorded his second win in this event, coming 20 years after his first. [Royal Mid-Surrey GC, Richmond, Surrey].
1906Men EuropeBritish Match PlayNotts GC, Hollinwell8 & 7£100
Played as the News of the World Match Play (Oct 2-4). Herd (Scot) beat Charles Mayo (Eng) 8 and 7 in the 36-hole final. [Notts GC, Hollinwell, nr Mansfield, England].
1902Men MajorsThe OpenRoyal Liverpool307£30
The Open Championship (42nd) (June 4/5). Second-placed Harry Vardon (Jersey) and James Braid (Scot) finished 1 shot behind Alex (Sandy) Herd (Scot). [Royal Liverpool GC, Hoylake, Wirral, Merseyside].

 

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