James Braid

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  • The village features a golf course, originally designed by James Braid.
  • James Braid won the Championship for the fourth time, eight strokes ahead of runner-up Tom Ball.
  • James Braid and Harry Vardon later made changes to the course.
  • Courses continued to appear in Wales throughout the early 20th century, including 14 designed by James Braid.
  • The latter was designed by James Braid and has hosted the Scottish Open and a number of amateur tournaments.
  • The club has also only ever had three club professionals, including five time British Open champion James Braid who held the post until 1950.
  • James Braid won the Championship, three strokes ahead of runner-up Harry Vardon.
  • Park was the co-holder of the record for most wins in the tournament until James Braid picked up his fifth win in 1910.
  • Five-times Open Champion and renowned course architect James Braid was consulted on the layout.
  • His name is James Braid, and so important were the results of his study that hypnotism has sometimes been called "Braidism". Cited from Complete Hypnotism, Mesmerism, Mind-Reading and Spritualism, A. Alpheus
  • Taylor won the Championship for the fourth time, six strokes ahead of runners-up Tom Ball and James Braid.
  • Faulkner was born in Bexhill-on-Sea, the son of a club professional who had once been assistant to James Braid.
  • James Braid (five times open champion) redesigned the course in 1937.
  • James Braid in the nineteenth century saw fixing the eyes on a bright object as the key to hypnotic induction.
  • Created by James Braid, five times winner of the British Open, the course is a mixture of heath and links.
  • James Braid was back in 41 in the afternoon play but his score was ruined by a morning 91.
  • He took part in a demonstration of hypnosis by James Braid in 1844.
  • But in 1842 an English physician, Dr. James Braid, hit upon a more plausible theory. Cited from Moral Principles and Medical Practice, by Charles Coppens
  • An 18-hole course was designed by renowned golf course architect James Braid as a traditional parkland course, yet close to the sea.
  • James Braid won the Championship for the 5th time, by four strokes from Sandy Herd.
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