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1. 10 Questions for Tom Watson 10 Questions for Tom Watson May, 2003 Interview with Tom Watson, "the most successful professional golfer to come from Kansas City". Watson discusses his future, favorite career moments, and fellow professional golfers.

2. 150 Facts About Kansas City 150 Facts About Kansas City 2000 List of 150 facts prepared for the sesquicentennial of Kansas City in 2000.

3. Biography of Opal Hill (1892-1981), Professional Golfer Biography of Opal Hill (1892-1981), Professional Golfer 2009

4. Cross-State Rivals Cross-State Rivals June 2012 Article describes the rivalry between Missouri golfers Tom Stepenson and Bob Cochran. The men competed against one another in the 1958 Missouri Amateur Golf Championship held at the Kansas City Country...

5. Deaths: John E. Byrne Deaths: John E. Byrne July/16/1971 Obituary for John Byrne, "70, of 10602 College, a professional golfer," winning "numerous local tournaments" and playing in the National Open tournament in 1929, a golf pro at various local country clubs,...

6. Elm Ridge Race Track Elm Ridge Race Track Postcard of Elm Ridge Race Track and Clubhouse

7. Female Golfer Female Golfer circa 1930s Unidentified woman swinging a club on a golf course fairway. Other golfers are visible in the distance.

8. Golfers Golfers 1950 Unidentified men in uniform playing golf, being watched by women.

9. Golfers Golfers Unidentified men and boy on golf course.

10. Golfers and Clubhouse Golfers and Clubhouse June 19, 1932 Full frontal view of clubhouse and unidentifed men teeing off.

11. Golfers and Clubhouse Golfers and Clubhouse 1945 Unidentified men and woman playing golf; also shows clubhouse in background.

12. Golfers and Clubhouse Golfers and Clubhouse 1945 Unidentified men and boys playing golf; also shows clubhouse in background.

13. James C. Ward Dies James C. Ward Dies April/5/1973 Obituary for James Crawford Ward, or James Ward, "considered one of the finest amateur golfers in Kansas City history" as holder of the course record at the Kansas City Country Club dying at the age of...

14. John Thorpe Obituary John Thorpe Obituary December/20/1973 Obituary for John Thorpe, a Kansas City golfer dying at the age of 50 in 1973.

15. Mission Hills Golf Club Mission Hills Golf Club May 15, 1915 Postcard of the Mission Hills Kansas Country Club

16. Mrs. David Veitch Obituary Mrs. David Veitch Obituary April/8/1965 Obituary for Mrs. David Veitch, Sr., a well-known Kansas City golfer in the 1920s-1940s dying at the age of 77 in 1965.

17. Oakwood Country Club Will Mark 125 Years Oakwood Country Club Will Mark 125 Years August 18, 2006 The new game of golf was one reason Oakwood Country Club, then known as the Progress Club, moved from downtown to its current location, a then-rural property at 9800 Grandview Road, in 1911. When the course...

18. Q.: Where Was the First Golf Course in Kansas City? Q.: Where Was the First Golf Course in Kansas City? September/3/1995

19. Shots Kill Wolf Rimann: Hillcrest Manager Is Victim of Two Gunmen in a Ganland-Style Murder at Fourteenth Shots Kill Wolf Rimann: Hillcrest Manager Is Victim of Two Gunmen in a Ganland-Style Murder at Fourteenth and Chestnut March/25/1949 Photos and obituary article about the murder of Wolf Rimann, "43 years old and manager of the Hillcrest Country Club," shot down by gunmen at 14th and Chestnut Avenues on March 24, 1949. Native of Waterloo,...

20. Swope Park, Entrance and Shelter House Swope Park, Entrance and Shelter House Postcard of Entrance and Shelter House at Swope Park