The R & A assumes control over the British Open and the British Amateur. Pebble Beach Golf Links opens as the Del Monte G.L. in Pebble Beach, California.
The USGA founds its famed Green Section to conduct research on turfgrass. The first practice range is opened in Pinehurst, North Carolina.
The Professional Golfer of America is first published which, today known as PGA Magazine, is the oldest continually-published golf magazine in the United States.
The R & A limits the size and weight of the ball.
Walter Hagen becomes the first native American to win the British Open. He subsequently becomes the first professional golfer to open a golf equipment company under his own name.
The Walker Cup Matches are instituted. The grandson of Walker Cup founder George Herbert Walker is George H.W. Bush, the 41st President of the United States.
The Walker Cup
The Prince of Wales is elected Captain of the R & A.
The Texas Open is inaugurated, the second-oldest surviving PGA TOUR event.
Pine Valley Golf Club opens.
The West and East courses at Winged Foot Golf Club open for play, designed by A.W. Tillinghast.