2nd day Scoreboard US Open Golf Tournament 1913

Many people felt and feel that the British/American rivalry at this tournament is a bit over blown, after all the United States Golf Association Open Championship is an individual tournament right ? This comment by Edward Ray after completing his second day's play may be enlightening. "I played rotten, and to make matters worse Harry went out and did the same thing."

Mr. Francis Ouimet, Woodland Golf Club

Out 4 5 4 4 5 4 4 6 6 38    
In 3 5 5 4 5 3 3 4 4 36 74  
Out  5 4 5 4 6 5 3 6 5 43    
In 5 4 5 3 5 4 3 3 4 36 79 153

First day US Open scoring, 151; total 72 holes, 304


A vintage photo of the Woodland Park Hotel.
Woodland Park Hotel, Home of the Woodland Golf Course

 

 

Harry Vardon, South Herts Golf Club, England

Out 6 4 6 4 5 4 3 4 5 41    
In 4 4 5 4 5 4 3 4 4 37 78  
Out  5 5 6 5 5 4 3 4 5 42    
In 3 5 4 5 5 4 3 4 4 37 79 157

First day US Open scoring, 147; total 72 holes, 304


A vintage photo of the South Herts Golf Club, home course for 1913 US Open Contender Harry Vardon.
The Golfing Course at South Herts Golf Club, England


Edward Ray, Oxhey, England

Out 5 4 6 4 5 4 4 4 5 41    
In 3 4 4 4 5 4 3 4 4 35 76  
Out  5 5 4 6 3 4 5 5 6 43    
In 4 3 5 3 5 4 4 4 4 36 79 155

First day US Open scoring, 149; total 72 holes, 304


A vintage photo of the Oxhey Park Golf Course, home  for 1913 US Open Contender Edward Ray.
Oxhey Park Golf course in Oxhey, England

   

 


The following are the scores for the 4th place to last place finishers. The highlighted players are those that had an improvement in score from day 1 to day 2, including Ouimet, Vardon and Ray. As you can see the vast majority had their scores suffer with the largest fall off being 24 strokes.

  Scores for 1st & 2nd Round
Thursday September 18, 1913
Scores for 3rd & 4th Round
Friday September 19, 1913
Final Tournament Scores
Macdonald Smith, Wykagyl.  150 157 307

Louis Tellier, France

151 156 307
Walter Hagin, Rochester... 151 156 307
J. H. Barnes, Tacoma 150 157 307
J. J. McDermott, Atlantic C. 153 155 308
Herbert Strong, Inwood.... 149 161 310
P. Doyle, Myopia 158 153 314

Mr. W. C. Fownes, Oakmont

154 158 312
E. W. Loving, Arcola 156 156 312
Alec Campbell, Country C. 157 156 313
M. J. Brady, Wollaston.... 157 158 315
Matt Campbell, Country C. 162 154 315
Mr. Fred Herreshoff, Nat'l.. 153 165 318
W. E. Reid, England 147 171 318

Alec Smith, Wykagyl

157 161 318
Tom MacNamara, Boston.. 159 159 318
J. A. Croke, Calumet 155 164 319
R. Andrews, New Haven.. 156 163 319
Geo. Sargent, Chevy Chase 151 168 319

C. Thorn, Shinnecock

152 169 321
Jack Dowling, Scarsdale.... 154 167 321
Mr. J. D. Tracers, Up. Mont. 156 166 322
F. Belwood, Garden City... 162 161 323
J. H.  Taylor, Lakeside 161 162 323
J. Donaldson, Glen View.. 155 168 323

C. H. Murray, Montreal....

160 164 324
D. Ogilvie, Morris County.. 162 162 324
J. Hobens, Englewood 157 167 324
H. H. Barker, Roebuck 159 167 326
Tom Anderson, Oakmont... 157 169 326

Alex Ross, Brae Burn

151 175 325
Fred McLeod, Columbia.... 165 162 327
Tom Vardon, Onwentsia.... 163 164 327
J. Shippen, Maidstone 154 174 328

W. Maguire, Houston

165 164 329
W. C. Fovargue, Skokie.... 162 168 330
K. Keffer, Ottawa 163 169 332
G. Cummings, Toronto 160 174 334
T. Bonnar, Mecklenburg... 165 173 338


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