Golf at the 1904 Summer Olympics

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Golf
at the Games of the III Olympiad
Golf pictogram.svg
Dates September 17–24
«1900 2016»

At the 1904 Summer Olympics, two golf events were contested – men's individual and team tournaments. The competitions were held from September 17, 1904 to September 24, 1904.

It was the second and final appearance of the sport at the Olympics until the upcoming 2016 Summer Olympics. The men's team event was new, replacing the women's individual. The men's individual event was switched to a match play tournament rather than the stroke play used four years earlier.

Medal summary[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Individual
details
 George Lyon
Canada (CAN)
 Chandler Egan
United States (USA)
 Burt McKinnie
United States (USA)
 Francis Newton
United States (USA)
Team
details
 United States (USA)
Western Golf Association

Edward Cummins
Kenneth Edwards
Chandler Egan
Walter Egan
Robert Hunter
Nathaniel Moore
Mason Phelps
Daniel Sawyer
Clement Smoot
Warren Wood

 United States (USA)
Trans-Mississippi Golf Association

John Cady
Albert Lambert
John Maxwell
Burt McKinnie
Ralph McKittrick
Francis Newton
Henry Potter
Frederick Semple
Stuart Stickney
William Stickney

 United States (USA)
United States Golf Association[1]

Douglass Cadwallader
Jesse Carleton
Harold Fraser
Arthur Hussey
Orus Jones
Allen Lard
George Oliver
Simeon Price
John Rahm
Harold Weber

  1. ^ The IOC medalist database lists an American team as winning the bronze medal. Like all other teams in the database, the team is not named beyond "United States of America III" (the gold and silver medal teams are I and II, respectively). Unlike the other two teams, however, there are no participants listed in the bronze-medal team. The list of golfers on the USGA team, and the names of the golf associations sponsoring all three teams, can be found in other sources.

Participating nations[edit]

A total of 77 golfers from 2 nations competed at the St. Louis Games:

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 United States 1 2 3 6
2 Canada 1 0 0 1

References[edit]