Steve Schlossman

Steve Schlossman lives in Mt. Lebanon and teaches history and public policy at Carnegie Mellon. In the area of golf history, he is currently completing a book on the 1919 National Amateur championship.

Moment in the Sun

One hundred years ago, Pittsburgh native son S. Davidson Herron defied expectations that rising young superstar Bobby Jones was too much for him and won the prestigious National Amateur championship at Oakmont Country Club, shocking the golf world in the process. The 1919 National Amateur was the first since 1916 due to World War I. …

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