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Harry Weber

Full name: Harold "Harry" Weber
Gender: Male
Born: March 20, 1882 in Toledo, Ohio, United States
Died: November 7, 1933 in Littleton, New Hampshire, United States
Affiliations: Inverness Club
Country: USA United States
Sport: Golf

Medals: 1 Bronze (1 Total)

Biography

Harry Weber was probably Ohio’s greatest amateur golfer in the early part of this century and his competitive career, at the top levels, spanned almost 25 years. Weber was from the Inverness Club in Toledo in 1904 and remained a member there for many years. His first appearance in the U.S. Amateur occurred in 1902 when he lost in the first round. Weber played in the National Amateur almost every year, and in 1923 he qualified for the match play, again losing in the first round. In the interim, however, he fared better, making it to the 1905 semi-finals and the 1910 quarter-finals. In 1914 he made his only appearance at the British Amateur, reaching the fourth round. Weber four times was amateur champion of Ohio – in 1907, 1912, 1920, and 1921.

Results

Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1904 Summer 22 St. Louis Golf Men's Individual United States USA 16T
1904 Summer 22 St. Louis Golf Men's Team United States Golf Association-3 USA 3 Bronze

Men's Individual

Games Age City Sport Country Phase Unit Rank S
1904 Summer 22 St. Louis Golf United States Qualifying 16T 174
1904 Summer 22 St. Louis Golf United States Qualifying Round One 16T 88
1904 Summer 22 St. Louis Golf United States Qualifying Round Two 17T 86
1904 Summer 22 St. Louis Golf United States Round One Match #1 2

Men's Team

Games Age City Sport Team NOC Phase Unit Rank S
1904 Summer 22 St. Louis Golf United States Golf Association-3 USA Final Standings 3 183
1904 Summer 22 St. Louis Golf United States Golf Association-3 USA Round One 3 89
1904 Summer 22 St. Louis Golf United States Golf Association-3 USA Round Two 3 94