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Burt McKinnie

Full name: Burt Plumb McKinnie
Gender: Male
Born: January 17, 1879 in Pleasanton, Kansas, United States
Died: November 22, 1946 in Millville, New Jersey, United States
Affiliations: Trans-Mississippi Golf Association / Normandie Park Golf Club
Country: USA United States
Sport: Golf

Medals: 1 Silver, 1 Bronze (2 Total)

Biography

Burt McKinnie lost in the semi-finals of the Olympic tournament to eventual runner-up, Chandler Egan. It came a few days after he had played for the second-place Trans-Miss GA in the team event. McKinnie was not a well-known golfer. He played once in the U.S. Amateur, in 1904, but he was best known as a professional musician.

Results

Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1904 Summer 25 St. Louis Golf Men's Individual United States USA 3T Bronze
1904 Summer 25 St. Louis Golf Men's Team Trans-Mississippi Golf Association-2 USA 2 Silver

Men's Individual

Games Age City Sport Country Phase Unit Rank HU/TP S
1904 Summer 25 St. Louis Golf United States Qualifying 11T 170
1904 Summer 25 St. Louis Golf United States Qualifying Round One 10T 86
1904 Summer 25 St. Louis Golf United States Qualifying Round Two 10T 84
1904 Summer 25 St. Louis Golf United States Round One Match #1 1 37 holes
1904 Summer 25 St. Louis Golf United States Round Two Match #1 1 7 & 6
1904 Summer 25 St. Louis Golf United States Quarter-Finals Match #1 1 4 & 3
1904 Summer 25 St. Louis Golf United States Semi-Finals Match #1 2

Men's Team

Games Age City Sport Team NOC Phase Unit Rank S
1904 Summer 25 St. Louis Golf Trans-Mississippi Golf Association-2 USA Final Standings 2 178
1904 Summer 25 St. Louis Golf Trans-Mississippi Golf Association-2 USA Round One 2 89
1904 Summer 25 St. Louis Golf Trans-Mississippi Golf Association-2 USA Round Two 2 89