It may not be the country's most important Four-Ball golf tournament, now that the USGA has entered the category with the U.S. Four-Ball, which launched this year at The Olympic Club and Bandon Dunes.
But The Anderson Memorial at Winged Foot is one tough invitation to come by. The tournament got underway today -- live scoring is available by clicking on the link below.
ABOUT THE JOHN G. ANDERSON MEMORIAL FOUR-BALL
From Links Magazine:
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.
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