The 1948 Open Championship was the first time that a tournament was introduced after the challenge system was discontinued. The tournament was held at the Lansdowne Club in London from 08-15 March and was open to professionals and amateurs. The first winner of the competition in this format was the defending champion Mahmoud Karim who defeated Jim Dear in a close final lasting 52 minutes.

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  • The 1948 Open Championship was the first time that a tournament was introduced after the challenge system was discontinued. The tournament was held at the Lansdowne Club in London from 08-15 March and was open to professionals and amateurs. The first winner of the competition in this format was the defending champion Mahmoud Karim who defeated Jim Dear in a close final lasting 52 minutes. (en)
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  • First Round
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  • Leslie Keeble
  • A Hawes
  • Alan Seymour-Haydon
  • Bert Biddle
  • Brian Phillips +
  • Dr J F Stokes +
  • G J Reece
  • J M Peake +
  • Jim Dear
  • L R Hamer
  • Mahmoud Karim
  • Major D I Burnett
  • Peter Phillips +
  • Peter Richards +
  • W E Clements
  • W E J Gordon
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  • Phillips
  • Stokes
  • Hamer
  • Karim
  • Dear
  • Biddle
  • Keeble
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  • Karim
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  • British Open Championships
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  • England
  • British Open Squash Championships
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  • The 1948 Open Championship was the first time that a tournament was introduced after the challenge system was discontinued. The tournament was held at the Lansdowne Club in London from 08-15 March and was open to professionals and amateurs. The first winner of the competition in this format was the defending champion Mahmoud Karim who defeated Jim Dear in a close final lasting 52 minutes. (en)
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  • 1948 Men's British Open Squash Championship (en)
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