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North and South Open

 

The North and South Open is a former PGA Tour golf tournament, played through the first half of the 20th century. For decades in the early history of professional golf in the United States, the North and South Open was one of the most important pro tournaments.

Most of the greats of pre-1950s golf won the North and South. In the early days, one family dominated the tournament: brothers Alec and Donald Ross won all of the first seven tournaments.

First played: 1902

Last played: 1951

Also known as: No other tournament names used; it was always the North and South Open

Winners of the North and South Open
1951 - Tommy Bolt
1950 - Sam Snead
1949 - Sam Snead
1948 - Toney Penna
1947 - Jim Turnesa
1946 - Ben Hogan
1945 - a-Cary Middlecoff
1944 - Bob Hamilton
1943 - Bobby Cruickshank
1942 - Ben Hogan
1941 - Sam Snead
1940 - Ben Hogan
1939 - Byron Nelson
1938 - Vic Ghezzi
1937 - Horton Smith
1936 - Henry Picard
1935 - Paul Runyan
1934 - Henry Picard
1933 - Joe Kirkwood Sr.
1932 - Johnny Golden
1931 - Wiffy Cox
1930 - Paul Runyan
1929 - Horton Smith
1928 - Billy Burke
1927 - Bobby Cruickshank
1926 - Bobby Cruickshank
1925 - Macdonald Smith
1924 - Walter Hagen
1923 - Walter Hagen
1922 - Pat O'Hara
1921 - Jock Hutchison
1920 - Fred McLeod
1919 - Jim Barnes
1918 - Walter Hagen
1917 - Mike Brady
1916 - Jim Barnes
1915 - Alec Ross
1914 - Gil Nicholls
1913 - Tom McNamara
1912 - Tom McNamara
1911 - Gil Nicholls
1910 - Alec Ross
1909 - Fred McLeod
1908 - Alec Ross
1907 - Alec Ross
1906 - Donald Ross
1905 - Donald Ross
1904 - Alec Ross
1903 - Donald Ross
1902 - Alec Ross

Golf Courses: The North and South Open was staged by, and played at, Pinehurst Resort in North Carolina.

 

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