Jimmy Parker added nine (!) more gold balls to his record with a gold slam in 75 singles, three in 75 doubles (two with longtime partner Ken Robinson), and another two in father-son competition. It's unimaginable that Parker's total of 149 (with more on the horizon) could ever be overtaken.
No other gold slams were won in 2019 and none were possible in the 55 & 80 divisions due to the last-minute apparent financial collapse of the Pontiac MI grass court experiment (and thanks to the Rhode Island-based Agawam Hunt Club for assuming Pontiac's hosting duties in 2020).
The following players won three national titles: Mike Fedderly/Mike Tammen (60d), Wilbur Jones (80d), Bill Eitel (90s & 90d).
The USA men captured three of the eleven available World Team Championships. Congratulations to those players:
60s: Ross Persons, Mike Tammen, Mark Vines, Daniel Waldman
75s: Dean Corley, David Dollins, Don Long, Jimmy Parker
85s: George McCabe, John Powless, Joe Russell, King Van Nostrand
USA men fared less well in the World Senior Individual Championships winning just three doubles titles (Polo Cowan/Dan Grossman in the 60s, Dean Corley/Mike Stewart in the 75s, and John Powless/King Van Nostrand in the 85s) along with King Van Nostrand's sole individual triumph in the 85 singles.