|— Golfer —|
8 January 1897|
|Died||31 March 1975
|Best results in Major Championships
|U.S. Open||T46: 1931|
|The Open Championship||T3: 1931|
Alliss was born in Sheffield. His first notable professional win came at the 1920 Welsh Professional Championship. He finished in the top six at The Open Championship in 1928, 1929, 1931, 1932 and 1936. He spent some time working as a club professional in Germany, and won the German Open five times. He was later the club professional at Ferndown Golf Club in Dorset for 28 years, before retiring at the age of 70.
Alliss played in the Ryder Cup in 1929, 1933, 1935 and 1937. He was not eligible in 1931 as he was employed in Germany at that time and the Ryder Cup rules had changed to require British players to be living in Great Britain. His son Peter is also a professional golfer, golf writer and broadcaster, and played in the Ryder Cup eight times. The Allisses were the first father and son pair to play in the Ryder Cup, and so far Antonio and Ignacio Garrido are the only other.
Alliss died in Bournemouth at the age of 78.
this list may be incomplete
- 1920 Welsh Professional Championship
- 1926 German Open
- 1927 German Open, Italian Open
- 1928 German Open
- 1929 German Open
- 1932 Penfold Tournament
- 1933 German Open, News of the World Match Play
- 1935 Italian Open, Penfold Tournament
- 1937 News of the World Match Play
Results in major championships
|The Open Championship||T39||10||T33||DNP||T6||DNP||T10||T4||T4|
|The Open Championship||T17||T3||T4||DNP||T9||T16||T5||T15||DNP||T9|
|The Open Championship||NT||NT||NT||NT||NT||NT||17||DNP||DNP||CUT|
NT = No tournament
DNP = Did not play
CUT = missed the half-way cut
"T" indicates a tie for a place
Yellow background for top-10
- "Mr Percy Alliss". The Times (59358). 1 April 1975. p. 14.
- "Golfer Dies". The Bryan Times (Bryan, Ohio). UPI. 1 April 1975. p. 10.
- "Hoylake – 1936 Results". The Open. Retrieved 10 January 2014.
- Scott, Tom (2 February 1967). "A Tribute to Percy Alliss". Golf Illustrated. Archived from the original on 16 March 2005.