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St. Paul Open Invitational

 

The St. Paul Open Invitational is a former PGA Tour golf tournament, a long-running event played around 35 times beginning in the 1930s, in Minnesota.

First played: 1930

Last played: 1969

Also known as: Minnesota Golf Classic and St. Paul Open

Winners of the St. Paul Open Invitational
1969 - Frank Beard
1968 - Dan Sikes
1967 - Lou Graham
1966 - Bobby Nichols
1965 - Raymond Floyd
1964 - Chuck Courtney
1963 - Jack Rule Jr.
1962 - Doug Sanders
1961 - Don January
1960 - Don Fairfield
1959 - Not played
1958 - Mike Souchak
1957 - Ken Venturi
1956 - Mike Souchak
1955 - Tommy Bolt
1954 - Not played
1953 - Shelley Mayfield
1952 - Cary Middlecoff
1951 - Lloyd Mangrum
1950 - Jim Ferrier
1949 - Not played
1948 - Jimmy Demaret
1947 - Jim Ferrier
1946 - Henry Ransom
1945 - Dutch Harrison
1943-1944 - Not played
1942 - Chick Harbert
1941 - Horton Smith
1940 - Ed Oliver
1939 - Dick Metz
1938 - Johnny Revolta
1937 - Sam Snead
1936 - Harry Cooper
1935 - Harry Cooper
1934 - Johnny Revolta
1933 - Jim Foulis
1932 - Not played
1931 - Horton Smith
1930 - Harry Cooper

Golf Courses: For all but its last year of existence, the tournament was played at Keller Golf Course in St. Paul, Minn. In its last year, it took place at Braemar Golf Course in Edina, Minn.

 

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