So good that they named a course after him – Carol Cronin looks at the life extraordinaire of Henry Hill ‘Harry’ Anderson
I first met Harry Anderson in 1984 when he gave a rules talk to my college sailing team. Though he was a household name in our sport (if only because of that racecourse), I’m ashamed to say that I’ve retained none of the wisdom he undoubtedly shared that evening. I do, however, remember his New York Yacht Club tie, because it hung outside a ragged crew-neck sweater. What a missed learning opportunity.
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