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|Full name||John Henry Taylor|
19 March 1871|
Northam, Devon, England
|Died||10 February 1963
Northam, Devon, England
|Best results in Major Championships
|U.S. Open||2nd: 1900|
|The Open Championship||Won: 1894, 1895, 1900, 1909, 1913|
|Achievements and awards|
|World Golf Hall of Fame||1975 (member page)|
Taylor was born in Devon. He was a member of the fabled Great Triumvirate of the sport in his day, along with Harry Vardon and James Braid, and he won The Open Championship five times. Born into a working-class family, and orphaned as a boy, he began work as a caddy and labourer at the Royal North Devon Golf Club (also known as Westward Ho!) at the age of eleven. He became a professional golfer at 19, and was employed by the Royal Mid-Surrey Golf Club from 1899 until his retirement in 1946.
In 1901, Taylor was a co-founder and the first chairman of the British Professional Golfers' Association. This was the first association for professional golfers in the world. Bernard Darwin wrote that Taylor "had turned a feckless company into a self-respecting and respected body of men".
Open Championship wins:
- 1894 - Royal St George's
- 1895 - St Andrews
- 1900 - St Andrews
- 1909 - Royal Cinque Ports
- 1913 - Royal Liverpool GC, Hoylake
Taylor was also involved in designing courses across England including Andover GC in 1907, Frilford Heath's Red Course in 1908, Heaton Park GC (Manchester) in 1912, Pinner Hill GC (Middlesex) 1927, Axe Cliff GC (Seaton, Devon) in 1920s and Batchwood Hall GC (St Albans) in 1935. He is attributed with being the inventor of the 'dogleg'., although holes of this form had existed on many courses before Taylor began golf course design (for example #7 at Old Course at St Andrews and #4 at Prestwick Golf Club). He was made an honorary member of the R&A in 1949, and was president of Royal Birkdale, whose course he had designed, in 1957.
Tournament wins 
this list may be incomplete
- 1891 Challenge Match Play (Eng)
- 1894 The Open Championship
- 1895 The Open Championship
- 1900 The Open Championship
- 1901 Tooting Bec Cup
- 1904 News of the World Match Play
- 1908 French Open, News of the World Match Play
- 1909 The Open Championship, French Open
- 1912 German Open
- 1913 The Open Championship
- 1921 Roehampton Invitation
- 1929 Dutch Open
Major championships are shown in bold.
Major championships 
Wins (5) 
|Year||Championship||54 holes||Winning score||Margin||Runner(s)-up|
|1894||The Open Championship||3 shot lead||84-80-81-81=326||5 strokes||Douglas Rolland|
|1895||The Open Championship (2)||3 shot deficit||86-78-80-78=322||4 strokes||Sandy Herd|
|1900||The Open Championship (3)||6 shot lead||79-77-78-75=309||8 strokes||Harry Vardon|
|1909||The Open Championship (4)||4 shot lead||74-73-74-74=295||6 strokes||Tom Ball, James Braid|
|1913||The Open Championship (5)||3 shot lead||73-75-77-79=304||8 strokes||Ted Ray|
Results timeline 
|The Open Championship||T10||1||1||2||T10||4||4|
|The Open Championship||1||3||T6||T9||T2||T2||2||2||T7||1|
|The Open Championship||T14||T5||T11||1||2||NT||NT||NT||NT||NT|
|The Open Championship||12||T26||6||T44||5||T6||T11||49||DNP||CUT|
NYF = Tournament not yet founded
NT = No tournament
CUT = missed the half-way cut
DNP = Did not play
"T" indicates a tie for a place
Green background for wins. Yellow background for top-10.
See also 
- List of men's major championships winning golfers
- List of golfers with most wins in one PGA Tour event
- Pinner Hill Golf Club - The Course
- From Wall Plaque at Axe Cliff Golf Club, Seaton, Devon
- John Henry Taylor Profile at GolfEurope.com
- The History of the Game of Golf The Great Triumvirate
- John Henry Taylor Profile at Golf Legends
- Society of Hickory Golfers Archives SoHG Archives