Like so many of the professionals of the era, Wilfred "Wiffy" Cox got his start as a caddie at Westchester County Courses, taking advantage of early morning and late evening playing opportunities. Coxís PGA Tour record includes nine victories. He played in more than 20 Majors including 5 PGA Championships and 11 US Opens, with his best major finish a tie for third at the 1934 US Open and a 12th place finish in the 1937 Masters. He was a member of the 1931 Ryder Cup team that beat the Brits at Scioto in Ohio. Cox had a perfect 2 & 0 record, winning both at foursomes and singles in what was then a two-day event Cox was the head professional at Dyker Beach Golf Course from 1921 to 1935 before moving to the head professionalís job at Congressional Country Club.