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Gordon Lockhart
Gleneagles
Gordon Lockhart Born in Prestwick in 1887, he was a very successful amateur, winning the Irish Amateur Open in 1912, the Nairn Tournament of 1912 and the Arrol Trophy every year from 1909 to 1912 and again in 1920. He turned professional in 1921 and became the second pro at the Gleneagles club after David Adams from 1921 until, at least, 1938. He was runner-up in the Scottish Professional Championship many times in the 1920s. He also played in the pre-pre Ryder Cup on his home course in 1921 (see Gleneagles article in History section) in which 12 players from Scotland and England played twelve from the USA as a preamble to the main business, the Thousand Guineas Golf Tournament, a matchplay event.

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