Harry Weetman collection of five of his winners medals.
Weetman's 1957 German Open winners medal with laurel border and "DGV" (Deutsche Golf Verband - German Golf Association) to the front and "Offene Meisterschaft Von Deutschland" (Open Championship of Germany) and Koln-Refrath 1957" (venue for the 1957 German Open). Measures 4.5cm across.
Golf Society of Great Britain "Slazenger Trophy" 9ct solid gold winners medal for 1956. The Slazenger Trophy was contested between teams from the British Isles v Commonwealth & Empire at the 1932 Open Championship venue Princes Golf Club, Sandwich.
Professional Golfers Association hallmarked solid silver winners medals for the "Assistants Championship" for 1949 and 1950. Croydon Alliance Open Championship winners silver hallmarked medal for 1951.
These rare medals were gifted to the previous owner by Harry Weetmans wife who was a close friend of the previous owner.
Weetman won many tournaments on the British PGA circuit in the pre-European Tour era and won the Harry Vardon Trophy for lowest stroke average in 1952 and 1956. He finished in the top-10 at The Open Championship six times. Weetman played in the Ryder Cup in 1951, 1953, 1955, 1957, 1959, 1961 and 1963. He captained the team in 1965. Weetman died in Redhill hospital on 19 July 1972 after being involved in a car accident on the Caterham bypass on 14 July. A superb collection of medals.
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