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Miami Open

 

The Miami Open is a former PGA Tour golf tournament, played for approximately 30 years beginning in the mid-1920s. It was played in mostly the same years and at mostly the same golf course as the Miami International Four Ball team tournament.

Gene Sarazen once won the Miami Open four consecutive times.

First played: 1924

Last played: 1954

Also known as: No other names used - it was always the Miami Open

Winners of the Miami Open
1955 - Sam Snead
1954 - Bob Rosburg
1953 - Doug Ford
1952 - Jack Burke Jr.
1951 - Sam Snead
1950 - Sam Snead
1949 - Fred Haas
1948 - a-Frank Stranahan
1947 - Jimmy Demaret
1946 - Sam Snead
1945 - Henry Picard
1944 - Dutch Harrison
1943 - Steve Warga
1942 - Jug McSpaden
1941 - Byron Nelson
1940 - Byron Nelson
1939 - Sam Snead
1938 - Jug McSpaden
1937 - Sam Snead (played twice in 1937)
1937 - Ray Mangrum
1936 - Willie Klein
1935 - Tommy Armour
1934 - Ralph Stonehouse
1933 - Johnny Revolta
1932 - Tommy Armour
1931 - Joe Turnesa
1930 - Gene Sarazen
1929 - Gene Sarazen
1928 - Gene Sarazen
1927 - Not played
1926 - Gene Sarazen
1925 - Willie Klein
1924 - Abe Mitchell

Golf Courses: This tournament took place at Miami Springs Golf and Country Club in Miami, Fla.

 

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