Charles Owen Hezlet (1891 - 1965):
Charles Hezlet was a major in the army and an amateur international golfer. He played for the Royal Portrush Golf Club. In 1920 he won the Irish Close title and in 1926 and 1929 he won the Irish Open Ama-teur title. He played thirteen international matches for Ireland between 1923 and 1931 and was Ireland's first player to win Walker Cup honours. In 1927 he also played for Ireland against South Africa and in 1952 captained a British team to Africa. He was Irish team captain ten times before 1932 and six times after 1948. From 1947 to 1953 he was a selector for Ireland. He is the brother of Mary, Florence and Violet.