ca. 1930. Fine example of Adam's period signature, would be great displayed. James Adams (21 October 1910 – 9 January 1986) was a Scottish professional golfer who was chosen for five Ryder Cup sides and achieved high finishes in The Open Championship on several occasions (five top-10s including two seconds).....
Alf Padgham (1 Open, 3 Ryder Cup's)
1906 - 1966
Padgham played for Great Britain in the Ryder Cup in 1933, 1935 and 1937, but he lost all six of his matches. He had an ungainly style, but was at times a brilliant putter. He lost what might have been some of his best competitive years due to World War II. He was club professional at Sundridge Park Golf Club in the south east suburbs of London for many years.
Padgham died in West Wickham, Greater London.
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Leeds, Headingly: Yorkshire Evening News, 1923. 16p, illustrated wrappers. Saddlestiched. Played over the then of little reputation Headingley Golf Club a MacKenzie designed course. Promotional booklet for the very first Yorkshire Evening Post tournament, this became one of the biggest tournaments of played from 1923 through to 1963 winners included.....