Alf Padgham

Alf Padgham

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Alfred Harry Padgham (2 July 1906 – 4 March 1966) was one of the leading British professional golfers of the 1930s and 1940s.

Padgham was born in Caterham, Surrey. After finishing third at The Open Championship in 1934, and coming second in 1935, he won the 1936 Open at Hoylake.

Padgham played for Great Britain in the Ryder Cup in 1933, 1935 and 1937, but he lost all six of his matches. He had an ungainly style, but was at times a brilliant putter. He lost what might have been some of his best competitive years due to World War II. He was club professional at in the south east suburbs of London for many years.

Padgham died in West Wickham, Greater London.

Tournament wins

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Major championships

Wins (1)

Results timeline

Note: The Open Championship was the only major Padgham played in.

NT = No tournament<br>DNP = Did not play<br>CUT = missed the half-way cut<br>"T" indicates a tie for a place<br>Green background for wins. Yellow background for top-10

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