|Date||23 – 24 July 1920 — 09:30 (23-24/7)|
|Location||Hoogboom Country Club, Kapellen|
|Participants||18 from 7 countries|
|Format||15 metre distance. Two shots given at a target. 100 targets - 90 targets from a known trap with an unknown angle using a continuous-fire system [Round 1 - 35 targets; Round 2 - 35 targets; Round 3 - 20 targets]; 10 targets with two men up from an unknown trap at an unknown angle [Round 4 - 10 targets]. Best 50% and ties advanced to the second stage. Best 50% and ties advanced to the third stage.|
The United States dominated this event, taking the first five places. The champion was Mark Arie, one of the most colorful and popular shooters in American history. His career began in 1905 and he competed at the Grand American Handicap for over 30 years. He first won the Grand American in 1912 and added his second title in the event 22 years later, in 1934. In addition to his gold medal, Arie was awarded possession of the Challenge Prize that had been donated by Lord Westbury.