The historic Tryon Country Club hosted the Donald Ross Invitational on Saturday, June 1. Long standing club pros Cecil Turner (left) and Lou Hoskyns (right) kicked off the event.  All 11 - 4 player teams dressed in vintage 1940’s outfits and played with a set of four hickory clubs. Donald Ross was one of the country’s most famous golf course designers who in 1914 designed the Tryon Country Club.  The event marked the first Donald Ross Invitational since the club made the list of the National Register of Historic Places on Feb. 5, 2013. (photos by Kirk Gollwitzer)
The historic Tryon Country Club hosted the Donald Ross Invitational on Saturday, June 1. Long standing club pros Cecil Turner (below) and Lou Hoskyns (above) kicked off the event. All 11 - 4 player teams dressed in vintage 1940’s outfits and played with a set of four hickory clubs. Donald Ross was one of the country’s most famous golf course designers who in 1914 designed the Tryon Country Club. The event marked the first Donald Ross Invitational since the club made the list of the National Register of Historic Places on Feb. 5, 2013. (photos by Kirk Gollwitzer)

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Donald Ross Invitational

Published 5:35pm Monday, June 3, 2013
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