Who Won the 1949
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Sam Snead

1948 PGA Player Of Year Winner
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Divots: Bradshaw among elite company

Herald-Mail Media
His name is among the likes of Sam Snead, who holds the record of Open titles with 17, the last coming in 1973 at age 61. “Seventeen to nine, I'm at least halfway there,” Bradshaw said. Carter has often been a challenger in the Open, but his success ...

1949 PGA Player Of Year Winner Sam Snead News

Jordan Spieth's big Sunday: Will he put '16 Masters behind him, career Grand Slam in front of him?

GolfDigest.com
Sam Snead was haunted enough by blowing the 1939 U.S. Open that he never won that championship. Conversely, in 1946 Ben Hogan lost both the Masters and U.S. Open by three-putting the last hole, but undid the damage by winning the PGA.


1949 PGA Player Of Year Winner Sam Snead News

Morgan: I love the British Open

Corsicana Daily Sun
Think about the names associated with the British Open: Old Tom Morris, Tom Morris Jr., Harry Vardon, Walter Hagen, Bobby Jones, Tommy Armour, Gene Sarazen, Sam Snead, Bobby Locke, Peter Thompson, Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Lee Trevino, Gary ...

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Stranahan played key role in British Open

The Courier
From the mid-1930s until the 1950s, Sam Snead, Byron Nelson and Ben Hogan were the game's biggest names. Combined, that group won 21 major championships. Collectively, they competed in the Open Championship just six times. Stranahan competed ...

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