You Are Here > > > Alfred Annan

Alfred Annan

Full name: Alfred Heacock Annan
Gender: Male
Born: October 1, 1874 in Webster Groves, Missouri, United States
Died: January 28, 1931 in St. Louis, Missouri, United States
Affiliations: Algonquin Country Club, St. Louis (USA)
Country: USA United States
Sport: Golf

Biography

Alfred Annan played in the 1904 Olympic golf tournament, shooting 102-100 in the qualifying and not advancing to match play. Annan played out of the Algonquin Country Club in St. Louis. He worked in construction and architecture. Annan studied at Smith Academy and the Manual Training School of Washington University, and then studied architecture with T. B. Annan & Sons from 1884-91. He later worked with Koken Iron Works from 1891-92, then was with Columbian Fireproofing in Pittsburgh from 1893-94. Annan returned to Missouri as superintendent of the same company in St. Louis from 1894-86. He worked with the American Bridge Company from 1896-98, and then was an architect on his own from 1898-1901, before becoming resident manager of the Roebling Architectural League of St. Louis. Annan later committed suicide.

Results

Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1904 Summer 29 St. Louis Golf Men's Individual United States USA AC DNQ

Men's Individual

Games Age City Sport Country Phase Unit Rank S
1904 Summer 29 St. Louis Golf United States Qualifying 55T 202
1904 Summer 29 St. Louis Golf United States Qualifying Round One 61T 102
1904 Summer 29 St. Louis Golf United States Qualifying Round Two 51T 100
id: 18,144