Golf — Men
Golf was held as an official sport for only two Games — 1900 and 1904, but in 1904 Harvard’s Chandler Egan made the most of his chances by bringing home two medals. Egan took silver in the individual event and gold in the team event while competing for the Western Golf Association. Fellow Crimson Walter Egan also won gold in the team event competing with Henry on the WGA team.
|Chandler Egan (Harvard ’05) • •||United States||1904|
|Walter Egan (Harvard ’05) •||United States||1904|
• Gold Medal (also indicated by bold name)
• Silver Medal
• Bronze Medal