Percy Alliss: Biography of and Wins by the British Golfer

Percy Alliss was a top British professional golfer of the 1920s and 1930s who played in multiple Ryder Cups and was the father of Peter Alliss.

TPC of Europe Golf Tournament Winners

The TPC of Europe, sponsored by Deutsche Bank for much of history, was a tournament on the European Tour played in Germany. For a time it appeared this event would become The Players Championship of the European Tour (hence the TPC monicker)

CVS Charity Classic Golf Tournament (Former PGA Tour Event)

The CVS Charity Classic is a former tournament on the PGA Tour, played from the late 1960s to the late 1990s in Massachussetts. This tournament is not related to the CVS Caremark Charity Classic, a 2-person team event played for charity that has "unofficial" PGA Tour status.

2000 Masters Tournament Results

The 2000 Masters was won by Vijay Singh. It was the 64th time the tournament was played.

1934 Masters Tournament Winner and Scores

The 1934 Masters Tournament was the very first one. It was originally named the Augusta National Invitation Tournament.

St. Petersburg Women's Open Golf Tournament (LPGA)

The St. Petersburg Women's Open was a golf tournament that ran from the early days of the LPGA Tour, the mid-1950s, until the late 1980s. It was played in Florida and was often known, in its first few decades, as the Orange Blossom Open or Orange Blossom Classic.

1930 U.S. Open Golf Tournament Winner and Scores

The 1930 U.S. Open was the 34th time the tournament was played, and Bobby Jones won it in his Grand Slam year.

1913 U.S. Open: Ouimet's Shock Victory

The 1913 U.S. Open was the 19th time the tournament was played, and a young American amateur defeated two British legends in a playoff.

Trophee Lancome Golf Tournament Winners (European Tour)

The Trophee Lancome is a former golf tournament on the European Tour, played in France. ... Americans dominated the event's first decade, with wins by Arnold Palmer, Tommy Aaron, Johnny Miller (twice), Billy Casper and Lee Trevino (twice).