|Full name||Samuel Maxwell McCready|
|Born||8 March 1918|
|Died||1994 (aged 76)|
|British Amateur||Won: 1949|
McCready lived near the Dunmurry golf course, near Belfast, where he learnt his golf. During World War II he served in the Royal Air Force. McCready moved to South Africa in 1959 where he worked for McAlpine Construction. He died in South Africa in 1994. His widow Joan died in 2015 at the age of 109.
- 1947 RAF Championship
- 1948 Jamaican Amateur Championship
- 1949 The Amateur Championship
|1949||Amateur Championship||2 & 1||Willie Turnesa|
- "Max McCready". RAF Golf Association. Retrieved 30 May 2017.
- Hanna, John (December 2005). "Irish Musings - Max McCready, Amateur Champion, and Dunmurry Golf Club" (PDF). www.golfcollectors.co.uk (75): 22–23. Retrieved 30 May 2017.
- Hanna, John (June 2013). "Irish Musings - The Walker Cup Match 1951 and Cecil Ewing" (PDF). www.golfcollectors.co.uk (105): 14–17. Retrieved 30 May 2017.