|Birth: ||Aug. 22, 1871|
|Death: ||Mar. 3, 1928|
Professional Golfer. He won the second United States Open tournament in 1896. He and his brother David invented the bramble patterning for the new rubber-cored golf ball and developed a club called the "Mashie-Niblick", known today as the seven iron. In addition he designed many of the first golf courses in the midwestern United States. (bio by: Douglas Kirk Sorensen)
James Foulis (1841 - 1925)
Helen Ann Jamieson Foulis (1847 - 1928)
U.S. Open Golf Champion 1896
Professional at Chicago Golf Club Wheaton, Il.
Won at Shinnecock Hills G.C.
Southampton, New York
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Originally Created by: Douglas Kirk Sorensen
Record added: Aug 12, 2009
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