Angus Hambro

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  Did not play

NT = No tournament
WD = Withdrew
CUT = Missed the half-way cut
"T" indicates a tie for a place
R256, R128, R64, R32, R16, QF, SF = Round in which player lost in match play

Sources: www.opengolf.com, The Glasgow Herald, 20 May 1903, pg. 13., The Glasgow Herald, 24 May 1905, pg. 12., The Glasgow Herald, 28 May 1907, pg. 12., The Glasgow Herald, 28 May 1908, pg. 13., The Glasgow Herald, 25 May 1909, pg. 13., The Glasgow Herald, 1 June 1910, pg. 10., The Glasgow Herald, 31 May 1911, pg. 9.,The American Golfer, July, 1912, pg. 200., The Glasgow Herald, 27 May 1913, pg. 14., The Glasgow Herald, 21 May 1914, pg. 15., The Glasgow Herald, 10 June 1920, pg. 9., The Glasgow Herald, 25 May 1921, pg. 6., The Glasgow Herald, 23 May 1922, pg. 9., The Glasgow Herald, 9 May 1923, pg. 13., The Glasgow Herald, 29 May 1924, pg. 13., The Glasgow Herald, 28 May 1925, pg. 9., The Glasgow Herald, 23 May 1928, pg. 10., The Glasgow Herald, 12 Jun 1929, pg. 14.

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Notes

  1. Obituary Captain Angus Hambro The Times (London, England), Thursday, 21 November 1957; pg. 14; Issue 54004
  2. ‘HAMBRO, Captain Angus Valdemar’, Who Was Who, A & C Black, 1920–2008; online edn, Oxford University Press, Dec 2007 accessed 4 November 2012
  3. Cobbold FHT
  4. The New Sheriffs. The Times (London, England), Friday, 23 March 1934; pg. 6; Issue 46710
  5. They work for you
  6. Royal Eastbourne Golf Club

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Angus Hambro
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Member of Parliament
for South Dorset
In office
January 1910 15 November 1922
Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by Member of Parliament for South Dorset
19101922
Succeeded by
Preceded by Member of Parliament for North Dorset
19371945
Succeeded by

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