A E Mayo
Albert E Mayo was the younger brother of C H Mayo. He was appointed professional to the Baden-Baden club for the 1912 summer season at the tender age of 17 and his brother came out to play in the second German Open Championship there that August.
Later that year he was professional at Bridgnorth where he remained until enlisting at the outbreak of war in 1914.
Like his brother, he emigrated to the United States after the war. Brother Charles designed the first nine holes of Blackhawk Country Club by Lake Mendota in Wisconsin and Albert became its first professional in 1921. He moved to the Nakoma club, also in Wisconsin, around 1923 (he certainly played an exhibition match as professional there the following year).
By 1936 he was at Wooster, Ohio and moving on to the Elmwood club at Massillon Ohio.
At some point in his American career he was, like his brother, at Edgewater in Chicago (probably his first post) and at Brightwood, New Philapdelphia, OH.
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