The Star Tournament
|Course(s)||Royal Mid-Surrey Golf Club|
|Norman Von Nida|
The 1945 and 1946 events involved 36 holes of stroke play over two days. The leading 16 then played knockout matchplay over the next two days. In 1947 the 36-hole stroke play stage was played on a single day using both Wentworth courses with 32 golfers qualifying. There were then four rounds of knockout matchplay over the next two days, followed by a 36-hole final on the fourth day.
|1945||John Shoesmith||England||Royal Mid-Surrey Golf Club||3 & 2||Bob Kenyon|||
|1946||Henry Cotton||England||Wentworth Club||4 & 3||Arthur Lees|||
|1947||Norman Von Nida||Australia||Wentworth Club||6 & 5||Flory Van Donck||300|||
The 1945 and 1946 finals were over 18 holes. The 1947 final was over 36 holes.