Lenox Cup golf trophy, c1890s. The trophy for the tournament held at the Lenox Links, Massachusetts, was won in 1895 and 1896 by Arthur Fenn. On both occasions it was presented to the winner by US President William McKinley. The first successful American-born tournament golfer, Fenn went on to become a successful course designer.
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