Ned Allis won 10 state amateur golf titles during a career that spanned 60 years, but his greatness might have been epitomized by one round in 1913. On a spring day that year, Allis show a 29 on the tough front nine of Milwaukee Country Club. Then, a 20-year-old golfer, Allis went on to lead Harvard to a national collegiate title in 1914. Allis was a legendary long hitter, making Western Golf Association history with a 306-yard drive in 1914. Allis starred in several U.S. Amateur tourneys and Western Amateurs. His head-to-head battles with Billy Sixty, Chick Evans and other greats of the era now are legendary.