1897 U.S. Open Golf Tournament

The 1897 U.S. Open was the third time the tournament was played, and the last time it was only 36 holes in length.

Winner: Joe Lloyd, 162

Where it was played: Chicago Golf Club in Wheaton, Illinois

Tournament dates: September 17, 1897

Leader after first round: Willie Anderson, 79

Notable Notes: The tournament consisted of two 18-hole rounds played in one day. Joe Lloyd won his only major with a second-round 79 after future 4-time winner Willie Anderson had opened with a 79.

Final Scores

Joe Lloyd 83-79—162
Willie Anderson 79-84—163
Willie Dunn 87-81—168
James Foulis 80-88—168
William Hoare 82-87—169
Bernard Nicholls 87-85—172
Alfred Ricketts 91-81—172
David Foulis 86-87—173
Horace Rawlins 91-82—173
a-Henry Whigham 87-86—173
a-Charles Macdonald 85-89—174
William Marshall 87-87—174
Buff Wilson 83-91—174
Harry Turpie 85-90—175
W.F. Davis 88-89—177
Robert Foulis 88-89—177
Willie Tucker 90-87—177
a-James Tyng 86-91—177
a-S. Findlay Douglas 89-91—180
a-W.G. Stewart 91-90—181
Richard Leslie 90-92—182
Robert McAndrew 90-92—182
George Pearson 93-89—182
John Harrison 97-87—184
Samuel Tucker 87-98—185
Bert Way 89-96—185
Robert White 89-97—186
a-Devereux Emmet 98-90—188
a-W.B. Smith 98-91—189
Arner Tolifson 91-100—191
John Duncan 98-94—192
a-Foxhall Keene 93-99—192
a-John Reid 98-96—194
a-H.R. Sweny 96-98—194
a-S.D. Bowers 101-98—199

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