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Tournament results: Miami Biltmore Open

Results for the Miami Biltmore Open are shown in the table below, which includes details of the respective winners, their scores and prize money, relevant venues and title sponsors.

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Dickinson, Gardner

Score

274 (-10)

Prize money

$2,800

Title sponsor

x

Played as the Coral Gables Open (Dec 6-9). Second-placed Bill Collins (USA) and Don Fairfield (USA) finished 1 shot behind Gardner Dickinson (USA). [The Biltmore, Coral Gables, Miami, FL].

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Knudson, George

Score

273 (-11)

Prize money

$2,800

Title sponsor

x

Played as the Coral Gables Open (Dec 7-10). Second-placed Gay Brewer Jr (USA) finished 1 shot behind 24-year-old George Knudson (Can), who recorded the first of his eight PGA Tour wins. [The Biltmore, Coral Gables, Miami, FL].

1960
America
272 (-12)
$2,800
x

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Goalby, Bob

Score

272 (-12)

Prize money

$2,800

Title sponsor

x

Played as the Coral Gables Open (Dec 8-11). Second-placed Dow Finsterwald (USA) finished 1 shot behind Bob Goalby (USA), who recorded his second PGA Tour win. [The Biltmore, Coral Gables, Miami, FL].

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Sanders, Doug

Score

273 (-11)

Prize money

$2,800

Title sponsor

x

Played as the Coral Gables Open (Dec 3-6; last played in 1937 as the Miami Biltmore Open). Second-placed Dow Finsterwald (USA) finished 3 shots behind Doug Sanders (USA). This was Sanders' third PGA Tour win, in each of which Finsterwald was runner-up. [The Biltmore, Coral Gables, Miami, FL].

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Revolta, Johnny

Score

282 (-2)

Prize money

$2,500

Title sponsor

x

Played as the Miami Biltmore Open (Dec 10-13; next played in 1959 as the Coral Gables Open). Second-placed Dick Metz (USA) and Jimmy Thomson (Scot/USA) finished 1 shot behind Johnny Revolta (USA), who avoided a possible three-way playoff by sinking a 22-foot birdie putt at the last. [The Biltmore, Coral Gables, Miami, FL].

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Guldahl, Ralph

Score

283 (-1)

Prize money

$2,500

Title sponsor

x

Played as the Miami Biltmore Open (Dec 4-7). Second-placed and defending champion Horton Smith (USA) finished 2 shots behind Ralph Guldahl (USA). [The Biltmore, Coral Gables, Miami, FL].

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Smith, Horton

Score

281 (-3)

Prize money

$2,500

Title sponsor

x

Played as the Miami Biltmore Open (Dec 14-17). Second-placed Ky Laffoon (USA) and Ted Turner (USA) finished 3 shots behind Horton Smith (USA). [The Biltmore, Coral Gables, Miami, FL].

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Dutra, Olin

Score

292 (+8)

Prize money

$1,200

Title sponsor

x

Played as the Miami Biltmore Open (Dec 10-13). Second-placed Mike Turnesa (USA) finished 2 shots behind Olin Dutra (USA). [The Biltmore, Coral Gables, Miami, FL]. Note: Dutra entered this event in the first division (for pros who did well in the year's major championships), while Turnesa represented the second division, for pros who seldom or never participated in the majors. Orville Wright (USA) was third overall and second among the first division entrants; Abe Espinosa (USA) was fifth overall, and second amongst the second division players.

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Macfarlane, Willie

Score

288 (+4)

Prize money

$2,500

Title sponsor

x

Played as the Miami Biltmore Open (Dec 8-10; the second of two Miami Biltmore Opens played in 1933). Second-placed Johnny Revolta (USA) finished 4 shots behind Willie Macfarlane (Scot/USA). [The Biltmore, Coral Gables, Miami, FL].

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Runyan, Paul

Score

266 (-18)

Prize money

$1,000

Title sponsor

x

Played as the Miami Biltmore Open (March 3-5; the first of two Miami Biltmore Opens played in 1933). Second-placed Charlie Guest (USA) finished 10 shots behind Paul Runyan (USA), who shot rounds of 69-64-65-68 to cruise to victory. Sponsored by Gene Sarazen, a six-inch putting cup (rather than the standard 4¼"), was being trialled for the first time in this event ... the larger hole did not catch on. [The Biltmore, Coral Gables, Miami, FL; at the time known as the Miami Biltmore CC].

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Shute, Denny

Score

291 (+7)

Prize money

$2,500

Title sponsor

x

Played as the Miami Biltmore Open (Nov 27-29; the second of two Miami Biltmore Opens played in 1932). Second-placed Johnny Revolta (USA) finished 1 shots behind Densmore "Denny" Shute (USA). [The Biltmore, Coral Gables, Miami, FL; at the time known as the Miami Biltmore CC].

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Sarazen, Gene

Score

287 (+3)

Prize money

$2,500

Title sponsor

x

Played as the Coral Gables-Miami Biltmore Open (March 18-20; the first of two Miami Biltmore Opens played in 1932). Second-placed Walter Hagen (USA) and Paul Runyan (USA) finished 1 shot behind Gene Sarazen (USA). [The Biltmore, Coral Gables, Miami, FL; at the time known as the Miami Biltmore CC].

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Hagen, Walter

Score

143 (+1)

Prize money

$350

Title sponsor

x

Played as the inaugural Coral Gables Open (March 14/15; 36-hole event). Third-placed Densmore "Denny" Shute (USA) finished 1 shot behind joint winners Walter Hagen (USA) and Henry Ciuci (USA), who tied on 143. [The Biltmore, Coral Gables, Miami, FL; at the time known as the Miami Biltmore CC].

1931
America
Ciuci, Henry
143 (+1)
$350
x

Category

America

Winner (holder)

Ciuci, Henry

Score

143 (+1)

Prize money

$350

Title sponsor

x

Played as the inaugural Coral Gables Open (March 14/15; 36-hole event). Third-placed Densmore "Denny" Shute (USA) finished 1 shot behind joint winners Walter Hagen (USA) and Henry Ciuci (USA), who tied on 143. [The Biltmore, Coral Gables, Miami, FL; at the time known as the Miami Biltmore CC].

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