Sam Goldfarb Sr.

Sam M. Goldfarb Sr, was one of about a half-dozen businessmen to form the San Antonio Golf Association, SAGA, now Golf San Antonio, in 1938 with the main purpose of bringing back the then defunct Texas Open. He was was longtime president of the San Antonio Golf Association in the 1940's and 50's when the Texas Open was played at Brackenridge Park Golf Course in San Antonio, Texas. 

He helped by bringing Bob Hope and Bing Crosby as special guests in the early 1940’s.

Sam was involved with pro golf, amateur golf and junior golf here for more than 50 years, leading to his induction into the Texas Golf Hall of Fame in 2012. 


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