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Gordon Brydson

: 1907
: Toronto, Ontario
: 2001
: Professional / Builder
: 1982
Mississauga Golf and Country Club

An all-round athlete, Gordie Brydson played hockey for the Toronto Maple Leafs and football for the Toronto Argonauts before focusing his energies on his professional golf career. In his 40 years association with the Mississaugua Golf Club, Brydson won every significant professional championship in Canada, including the CPGA Championship (1944,1948), the Millar Trophy (1937,1953), The Ontario Open (1930,1944), the Quebec Open (1941), and the CPGA Seniors Championship (1961). He was also runner-up in the 1954 Canadian Open.




1935 Winner of the Millar Trophy
1942 Winner of the Millar Trophy
1953 Winner of the Millar Trophy
1941 Winner of the Rivermead Trophy
1942 Winner of the Rivermead Trophy
1946 Winner of the Rivermead Trophy
1955 Winner of the Rivermead Trophy
1956 Winner of the Rivermead Trophy
1942 Canadian Professional Golfers Association Champion
1944 Canadian Professional Golfers Association Champion
1948 Canadian Professional Golfers Association Champion
1960 Canadian Professional Golfers Association (Seniors Championship)
1954 Canadian Open Runner-up


1930 Ontario Open Champion
1944 Ontario Open Champion
1941 Quebec Open Champion
1962 Ontario Seniors PGA Champion
1963 Ontario Seniors PGA Champion
1964 Ontario Seniors PGA Champion
1965 Ontario Seniors PGA Champion
1938 Runner-up in the Ontario Open
1941 Runner-up in the Ontario Open
1946 Runner-up in the Ontario Open
1950 Runner-up in the Ontario Open



He is a native Torontonian
Started his golf career as assistant to the late George Cumming at the Toronto Golf and County Club.