|— Golfer —|
|Full name||Alfred Perry|
8 October 1904|
Coulsdon, Surrey, England
|Died||4 December 1974
New Milton, Hampshire, England
|Best results in major championships
|The Open Championship||Won: 1935|
Born in Coulsdon, Surrey, Perry worked as a club professional at Leatherhead Golf Club in addition to playing in the few organised tournaments that there were at the time. He had moderate success before he claimed an unexpected victory in the 1935 Open Championship at Muirfield. His most prolific year came in 1938 when he won three tournaments on the British circuit. He retired from his post at Leatherhead in 1972, and died two years later.
This list may be incomplete
- 1924 Findlater Shield
- 1925 Findlater Shield
- 1935 The Open Championship
- 1936 West of England Professional Championship
- 1938 Daily Mail Tournament, Yorkshire Evening News Tournament, Dunlop-Metropolitan Tournament
|Year||Championship||54 holes||Winning score||Margin||Runner-up|
|1935||The Open Championship||1 shot lead||−5 (69-75-67-72=283)||4 strokes||Alf Padgham|
- Note: The Open Championship was the only major Perry played in.
|The Open Championship||T45||T30||46||T17||26||T26||1||T50||CUT||T15||T3|
|The Open Championship||NT||NT||NT||NT||NT||NT||T25||T18||T23||CUT||T33||DNP||CUT|
NT = No tournament
DNP = Did not play
CUT = missed the half-way cut
"T" indicates a tie for a place
Green background for wins. Yellow background for top-10
- Ryder Cup: 1933, 1935, 1937
- England–Scotland Professional Match (representing England): 1933 (winners), 1936 (winners), 1938 (winners)
- England–Ireland Professional Match (representing England): 1932 (winners)
- "Mr Alfred Perry" The Times, 5 December 1974; pg. 20; Issue 59262.
- Alliss, Peter (1983). The Who's Who of Golf. Orbis Publishing. p. 284. ISBN 0-85613-520-8.
- "1935 Alf Perry". The Open. Retrieved 17 October 2013.
- Mair, Norman (18 July 2002). "Distinguished dozen sired by a links classic". The Daily Telegraph (UK). Retrieved 28 July 2009.
- Davies, David (21 July 2003). "Furgol who? Victors who came from nowhere". The Guardian (UK). Retrieved 28 July 2009.
- "Welcome to Leatherhead Golf Club". Leatherhead Golf Club. Retrieved 28 July 2009.