ⓘ Vardon Family

                                     

ⓘ Vardon Family

Vardon is a combination French and Scottish surname that still prevails in both countries and has been carried into the new world. The family name Vardon is most famously held by the professional golfer, Harry Vardon, who invented what is commonly known as the Vardon Grip, and had the Vardon Trophy named after him.

                                     
  • Henry William Harry Vardon 9 May 1870 20 March 1937 was a professional golfer from the Bailiwick of Jersey. He was a member of the Great Triumvirate
  • Joseph Vardon 27 July 1843 20 July 1913 was an Australian politician. Born in Adelaide, he received a primary education before becoming a farm worker
  • Charles Vardon 10 November 1866 23 February 1937 was an Australian politician. Born in Adelaide, South Australia, he was the son of Joseph Vardon later
  • Vardon Hebrew: ורדון is a community settlement in south - central Israel. Located north of Kiryat Gat and south of Kiryat Malakhi, it falls under the
  • Pearl Joyce Vardon 5 April 1915 in Jersey, Channel Islands unknown was a British broadcaster of Nazi propaganda during World War II. In 1946 she was
  • by their cousin William Vardon whose family also came from Cheshire. The Vardons are a branch of the de Verdun Verdon family from Normandy ref: de
  • number of professionals started or played at Ilkley, including Harry Vardon Tom Vardon Sam Whiting, William Baxter, John Ball, Peter Thomson, Bill Ferguson
  • from an immigrant family that was part of the working class. Ouimet watches an exhibition by legendary British golf pro Harry Vardon Stephen Dillane
  • allow for the participation of British golfers Harry Vardon and Ted Ray, both of Jersey. Vardon had won the U.S. Open in 1900 and The Open Championship
  • 1900, during Harry Vardon s exhibition tour, Nicholls did what no other golfer in North America could accomplish - beat Harry Vardon Nicholls defeated
  • golf tournament. It was first staged in 1911 when the winner was Harry Vardon The following year the champion was another of the Great Triumvirate of