|Full name||Albert Victor George Seymour|
|Born||23 February 1887|
Wimbledon, London, England
|Died||1970 (aged 83)|
Ipswich, Suffolk, England
|Best results in major championships|
|The Open Championship||T39: 1914|
Seymour had reached the final stages of the 1919 News of the World Match Play, losing to the eventual winner Abe Mitchell at the last 32 stage. He qualified again for the final stages in 1920 and reached the semi-final, losing again to Mitchell, who won for the second year in succession. In 1921 he qualified through a 36-hole event and won 6 matches to win the title. He met Jack Gaudin in the 36-hole final. Gaudin missed a three-foot putt at the last and the match went to extra holes. Seymour missed short putts at the second and third extra holes and eventually won the match with another short putt at the 40th hole. He won £200 for his victory while Gaudin took home £50.
Results in major championships
|The Open Championship||CUT||T39||NT||NT||NT||NT||NT||T74||T74||T65|
Note: Seymour only played in The Open Championship.
NT = No tournament
CUT = missed the half-way cut
"T" indicates a tie for a place
- "Golf at Walton Heath". The Times. 1 October 1919. p. 6.
- ""News of the World" golf tournament". The Times. 8 October 1920. p. 5.
- "The £750 tournament – Seymour beats Gaudin in record final". The Glasgow Herald. 8 October 1921. p. 4.