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The Inverness Club's rock of ages

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    The rock at Inverness Club honors past winners.

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    The rock at Inverness Club sits next to a sing noting the club as part of the National Register of Historic Places.

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Inverness-rock-closeup

The rock at Inverness Club honors past winners.

The Blade/Andy Morrison
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Winners of major events at Inverness Club are forever remembered on an honorary rock near a sign which proclaims Inverness clubhouse and golf course as part of the National Register of Historic Places.

Champions honored are Ted Ray, 1920 U.S. Open; Billy Burke, 1931 U.S. Open; Dick Mayer, 1957 U.S. Open; Craig Stadler, 1973 U.S. Amateur; Hale Irwin, 1979 U.S. Open; Bob Tway, 1986 PGA Championship; Paul Azinger, 1993 PGA Championship; and Bruce Lietzke, 2003 U.S. Senior Open.

Inverness-rock-and-sign

The rock at Inverness Club sits next to a sing noting the club as part of the National Register of Historic Places.

The Blade/Andy Morrison
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