Who's who in golf - George Sargent

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Name: - George Sargent
Country: - England
Lived : - 1882 - 1962
Original Home/Club: - Epsom Downs Golf Club, England
Occupation: - Professional golfer; US PGA President for five years.
Turned Pro: - 1899

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MAJORS [1] : US Open (1909).

Top tournaments won by George Sargent

1912Men AmericaCanadian OpenRosedale GC, Ont.299 (+19)$100
Played as the Canadian Open. Second-placed Jim Barnes (Eng) finished 3 shots behind Sargent (Eng). [Rosedale GC, Toronto, Ont.].
1909Men MajorsUS OpenEnglewood290$300
The US Open (15th) (June 24/25). Second-placed Tom McNamara (USA) finished 4 shots behind Sargent (Eng). [Englewood GC, Englewood, NJ. Course no longer exists].


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