The Anderson Memorial Clubhouse

Bobby Jones 1930


Past Champions
Championship Division
2019 Chris Stutts Silo Ridge Field Club
Stephen Summers
2018 Brett Boner Carolina Golf Club
Stephen Woodard
2017 Kenny Ebalo Southern Highlands Golf Club
Shane Sigsbee
2016 Chris Troy Winged Foot Golf Club
James Nicholas
2015 Roger Newsom Elizabeth Manor Golf & Country Club
Adam Horton
2014 Luis Fernando Barco Lima Golf Club
Patricio Alzamora
2013 Max Buckley Westchester Country Club
Max Christiana
2012 Parker Smith The Country Club
Dan Crockett
Complete list of Past Champions (pdf)
Senior Division
2019 Matt Sughrue Trump National Golf Club
John Lombardozzi
2018 Allen Strange Country Club of North Carolina
Dean Channell
2017 Mike Peck Old American Golf Club
Bart Goodwin
2016 George Zahringer The Floridian
Brady Exber
2015 John Benson Punxsutawney Country Club
Don Erickson
2014 Bart Goodwin Old American Golf Club
Mike Peck
2013 Bart Goodwin Old American Golf Club
Mike Peck
2012 Jim Holtgrieve Pine Valley Golf Club
Tom Case
Complete list of Senior Past Champions (pdf)

Complete Past Results:

   2018      2017      2016      2015      2014  
   2013       2012       2011       2010
East Course, Hole #3

Pictures from past tournaments:

     2018      2017      2016      2015     
   2014      2013      2012     
   2011      2010      2009   
East Course, Hole #6


"Above the fireplace is the roll call of winners in The John G. Anderson Memorial, the four-ball amateur tournament the club hosts each July. Anderson was a Renaissance man: a writer who covered Francis Ouimet’s victory in the 1913 Open a few weeks after finishing runner-up in the U.S. Amateur. Anderson also attended the founding meeting of the PGA of America, and at one point had golf’s longest hole-in-one, a 328-yarder on the old 16th at Massachusetts’ Brae Burn.
Anderson was only 49 when he died in 1933. Winged Foot members honored him by creating the Anderson Memorial, which quickly became the premier four-ball tournament in the world. Winners have included Deane Beman, Willie Turnesa, and Craig and Dick Harmon."
An article from the September 1933 American Golfer Magazine about
John G. Anderson

(.pdf format)
Articles written by John G. Anderson for the American Golfer and Golf Illustrated, 1914-1928
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