Who's who in golf - Chandler Harper


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Name: - Chandler Harper
Country: - USA
Born : - Mar 10, 1914
Original Home/Club: -
Occupation: - Professional golfer
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Roll of Honour

MAJORS [1] : US PGA Championship (1950)


Top tournaments won by Chandler Harper

1968Snr AmericaUS Snr PGA Ch'shipBallenIsles CC279 (-9)$4,000
Played as the PGA Seniors' Championship (29th). Second-placed Sam Snead (USA) finished 4 shots behind Chandler Harper (USA). [East Course, BallenIsles CC, Palm Beach Gdns, FL. Known at the time as Champions course, PGA National GC].
1968Snr EuropeWorld Senior Ch'shipDownfield2 up£600
Played as the Teacher International Senior Golf Championship (July 7; 36-hole match between the US and British PGA Senior Champions; for the unofficial title of world senior professional champion). Harper (USA) beat Max Faulkner (Eng) by 2 holes. [Downfield GC, Dundee, Angus].
1955Men AmericaColonial InvitationalColonial CC, Tex276 (-4)$5,000
Played as the Colonial National Invitation. Second-placed Dow Finsterwald (USA) finished 8 shots behind Harper (USA). [Colonial CC, Ft Worth, TX].
1955Men AmericaVirginia Beach OpenCavalier Y&CC260 (-16)$2,400
Played as the Virginia Beach Open (April 21-24). Second-placed Dick Mayer (USA) finished 4 shots behind Harper (USA). [Cavalier Y&CC, Virginia Beach, Virginia; now called Cavalier G&YC].
1954Men AmericaTexas OpenBrackenridge Park259 (-25)$2,200
Played as the Texas Open. Second-placed Johnny Palmer (USA) finished 2 shots behind Harper (USA). [Brackenridge Park GC, San Antonio, TX].
1950Men AmericaTucson OpenEl Rio, AZ267 (-13)$2,000
Played as the Tucson Open. Second-placed Sam Snead (USA) finished 2 shots behind Harper (USA). [El Rio G&CC, Tucson, AZ. Now known as El Rio GC].
1950Men MajorsUS PGA Ch'shipScioto CC4 & 3$3,500
The US PGA Championship (32nd) (June 21-27). Harper (USA) beat Henry Williams Jr (USA) 4 and 3 in the 36-hole final, to win his first and only major championship title. [Scioto CC, Columbus, Ohio].

 

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