Full name: Arthur Havemeyer
Born: March 8, 1882 in Brick Church, New Jersey, United States
Died: November 17, 1955 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Affiliations: Seabright Country Club, Atlantic City (USA)
Country: United States
Related Olympians: Brother of Raymond Havemeyer.
Arthur Havemeyer was the grandson of William Havemeyer, a three-time mayor of New York City, and the son of Theodore A. Havemeyer, the first President of the US Golf Association. Arthur was educated in Switzerland, at the Berkeley School in New York, and then graduated from Yale in 1904. While at Yale he was President of Phi Beta Kappa and worked on the Yale Daily News. He initially worked in irrigation and land development in Colorado, but then moved to Groton, Connecticut and founded the Package Paper Co. In Groton he served in Rotary and with local charities. During World War II Havemeyer was active in USO work. His brother, [Raymond Havemeyer], also played in the 1904 Olympic golf tournament.
|1904 Summer||22||St. Louis||Golf||Men's Individual||United States||USA||9T|
|1904 Summer||22||St. Louis||Golf||United States||Qualifying||22T||178|
|1904 Summer||22||St. Louis||Golf||United States||Qualifying||Round One||16T||88|
|1904 Summer||22||St. Louis||Golf||United States||Qualifying||Round Two||23T||90|
|1904 Summer||22||St. Louis||Golf||United States||Round One||Match #14||1||8 & 7|
|1904 Summer||22||St. Louis||Golf||United States||Round Two||Match #7||2|