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Name: - Samuel Jackson "Sam" Snead
Country: - USA
Lived : - 1912-2002. Born May 27, 1912 in Ashwood, Virginia / died May 23, 2002 in Hot Springs, Virginia aged 89.
Original Home/Club: - The Homestead, Hot Springs, Virginia.
Occupation: - Professional golfer, golf writer.
Turned Pro: - 1934

Roll of Honour

MAJORS (7): The Open (1946); Masters Tournament (1949, '52, '54); US PGA Ch'ship (1942, '49, '51). SENIOR MAJORS (6): Snr PGA Ch'ship (1964, '65, '67, '70, '72, '73). Ryder Cup player (1937, '47, '49, '51, '53, '55, '59); Ryder Cup captain (1951, '59, '69). Total professional wins (165), of which US PGA Tour (82). US PGA tour leading money winner (1938, '49, '50). World Golf Hall of Fame (inducted in 1974).


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"Slammin' Sam" Snead is one of golf's greatest players. During his professional career he recorded 165 wins, including 82 PGA Tour titles (from 1936-65), and seven major championships. He never won the U.S. Open (he came second four times) and therefore did not record a career slam, as his contemporary Ben Hogan had done (Hogan was also born in 1912). Snead was the oldest player to win on the PGA Tour, at age 52 in the 1965 Greater Greensboro Open. He became the only man ever to win an official LPGA Tour event, the Royal Poinciana Plaza Invitational (1962). Snead wrote several golf instruction books, and was always said to possess the "perfect swing."


Top tournaments won by Sam Snead

1982Snr AmericaLegends of Golf (US)Onion Creek183 (-27)$50,000
Played as the Liberty Mutual Legends of Golf (unofficial two-man better-ball team event). Second-placed Sei-ha Chin (Taiw) & Bob Toski (USA), Gene Littler (USA) & Bob Rosburg (USA) and Roberto De Vicenzo (Arg) & Bob Goalby (USA) finished 8 shots behind Sam Snead (USA) & Don January (USA). Reduced to 54 holes due to bad weather. [Onion Creek Club, Austin, Texas].
1980Snr AmericaNYNEX CommemorativeNewport CC, RI$20,000
Played as the inaugural Golf Digest Commemorative Pro-Am (unofficial US Snr Tr event). Second-placed Bob Goalby (USA) finished 1 shot behind 68-year-old Snead (USA), who shot a 67 in the final round. [Newport CC, Newport, Rhode Island].
1978Snr AmericaLegends of Golf (US)Onion Creek193 (-17)$50,000
The inaugural Legends of Golf tournament (two-man team better-ball event, which effectively launched the US Seniors' Tour). Second-placed Peter Thomson (Aus) & Kel Nagle (Aus) finished 1 shot behind Sam Snead (USA) & Gardner Dickinson (USA). [Onion Creek Club, Austin, Texas].
1973Snr AmericaUS Snr PGA Ch'shipBallenIsles CC268 (-20)$6,000
Played as the PGA Seniors' Championship (34th). Second-placed Julius Boros (Arg) finished 15 shots behind defending champion Snead (USA). [East Course, BallenIsles CC, Palm Beach Gdns, FL. Known at the time as Champions course, PGA National GC].
1973Snr AmericaWorld Senior Ch'shipBide-a-Wee41st hole
Played as the World Senior Professional Championship, for the Teacher International Trophy (a two-man 36-hole match play event). Defending champion Snead (USA) beat Kel Nagle (Aus) at the 41st hole. [Bide-a-Wee GC, Portsmouth, Virginia].
1972Snr AmericaUS Snr PGA Ch'shipBallenIsles CC286 (-2)$6,000
Played as the PGA Seniors' Championship (33rd). Second-placed Julius Boros (USA) and Tommy Bolt (USA) finished 1 shot behind Snead (USA). [East Course, BallenIsles CC, Palm Beach Gdns, FL. Known at the time as Champions course, PGA National GC].
1972Snr EuropeWorld Senior Ch'shipLongniddry3 & 2
Played as the World Senior Professional Championship, for the Teacher International Trophy (a two-man 36-hole match play event). Snead (USA) beat Ken Bousfield (Eng) 3 and 2. [Longniddry GC, East Lothian].
1970Snr AmericaUS Snr PGA Ch'shipBallenIsles CC290 (+2)$6,000
Played as the PGA Seniors' Championship (31st). Second-placed Freddie Haas (USA) finished 2 shots behind Snead (USA). [East Course, BallenIsles CC, Palm Beach Gdns, FL. Known at the time as Champions course, PGA National GC].
1970Snr AmericaWorld Senior Ch'shipBide-a-Wee3 & 2
Played as the World Senior Professional Championship, for the Teacher International Trophy (a two-man 36-hole match play event). Snead (USA) beat Max Faulkner (Eng) 3 and 2. [Bide-a-Wee GC, Portsmouth, Virginia].
1967Snr AmericaUS Snr PGA Ch'shipBallenIsles CC279 (-9)
Played as the PGA Seniors' Championship (28th). Second-placed Bob Hamilton (USA) finished 9 shots behind Snead (USA). [East Course, BallenIsles CC, Palm Beach Gdns, FL. Known at the time as Champions course, PGA National GC].
1965Snr AmericaUS Snr PGA Ch'shipFt Lauderdale CC278 (-10)
Played as the PGA Seniors' Championship (26th). Second-placed Joe Lopez Sr (USA) finished 4 shots behind defending champion Snead (USA). [Ft Lauderdale CC, Ft Lauderdale, FL].
1965Snr EuropeWorld Senior Ch'shipFormby37th hole
Played as the World Senior Professional Championship, for the Teacher International Trophy (a two-man 36-hole match play event). Defending champion Snead (USA) beat Charlie Ward (Eng) at the 37th hole. [Formby GC, Formby, Merseyside].
1965Men AmericaWyndham Ch'shipSedgefield CC273 (-11)$11,000
Played as the Greater Greensboro Open. Second-placed Billy Casper (USA), Phil Rodgers USA) and Jack McGowan (USA) finished 5 shots behind 52-year-old Snead (USA). This was the last of Snead's eight wins in this event. [Sedgefield CC, Greensboro, NC].
1964Team EventsJCPenney ClassicPinecrest Lakes272 (-16)$2,800
Played as the Haig & Haig Scotch Mixed Foursome Invt (two-person team event; one PGA Tr, one LPGA Tr)l. Winning team by 1 shot: Sam Snead (USA, aged 52) & Shirley Englehorn (USA, aged 24). Second-place: Dow Finsterwald (USA) & Marlene Hagge (USA). [Co-hosted by Pinecrest Lakes GC (now Pinecrest GC), Avon Park, FL and Harder Hall GC, Sebring, FL].
1964Snr AmericaUS Snr PGA Ch'shipBallenIsles CC279 (-9)
Played as the PGA Seniors' Championship (25th). For the second year running John Barnum (USA) finished in second place, this time behind wire-to-wire winner Snead (USA), who was making his debut in this event. [East Course, BallenIsles CC, Palm Beach Gdns, FL. Known at the time as the "new" PGA National GC, taking that name from Dunedin GC, FL].
1964Snr EuropeWorld Senior Ch'shipWentworth Club7 & 6$1,400
Played as the World Senior Professional Championship, for the Teacher International Trophy (a two-man 36-hole match play event). Snead (USA) beat Syd Scott (Eng). [Wentworth Club, Virginia Water, Surrey].
1962Wmn AmericaRoyal Poinciana Invtl.211$2,000
Played as the Royal Poinciana Invitational. Mickey Wright finished in second place behind Snead.
1961Men AmericaTourmnt of Chmpns (PGA Tr)Desert Inn GC273 (-15)$10,000
Played as the Tournament of Champions. Second-placed Tommy Bolt (USA) finished 7 shots behind Snead (USA). [Desert Inn GC, Las Vegas, NV; now known as Wynn Las Vegas].
1961Men AmericaWorld Cup of Golf (Indiv)Dorado Beach272 (-16)
Second-placed Peter Thomson (Aus) finished 8 shots behind Snead (USA), who won the International Trophy for best individual score in the Canada Cup. Team winners of the Cup: Sam Snead & Jimmy Demaret (USA). [East course, Dorado Beach Resort, Puerto Rico].
1960Men AmericaDe Soto Openxx
Played as the De Soto Open Invitational.
1960Men AmericaWyndham Ch'shipStarmount Forest270 (-14)$2,800
Played as the Greater Greensboro Open. Second-placed and defending champion Dow Finsterwald (USA) finished 2 shots behind Snead (USA). This was the seventh of Snead's eight wins in this event. [Starmount Forest CC, Greensboro, NC].
1958Men AmericaByron Nelson Ch'shipDallas, GC of272 (-12)$3,500
Played as the Dallas Open Invitational. Defending champion Snead (USA) beat Julius Boros (USA), John McMullin (USA) and Gary Player (S Africa) with a birdie at the first playoff hole. [GC of Dallas, Dallas, TX. Known at the time as Oak Cliff CC].
1957Men AmericaByron Nelson Ch'shipGlen Lakes GC264 (-20)$8,000
Played as the Dallas Open Invitational. Second-placed Bob Inman (USA), Billy Maxwell (USA) and Cary Middlecoff (USA) finished 10 shots behind Snead (USA). During the tournament Snead shot a round of 60, at the time a PGA Tour record. [Glen Lakes CC, Dallas, TX; club/course no longer exists].
1957Men AmericaPalm Beach Round Robinxx
Played as the Palm Beach Round Robin.
1956Men AmericaWyndham Ch'shipStarmount Forest279 (-5)$2,200
Played as the Greater Greensboro Open. Defending champion Snead (USA) beat Fred Wampler (USA) with a 30-foot birdie putt at the second playoff hole. This was the sixth of Snead's eight wins in this event. [Starmount Forest CC, Greensboro, NC].
1955Men AwardsLow Stroke Ave - PGA of Am69.86n/a
Snead (USA) won the PGA of America Vardon Trophy, recording the season's lowest scoring average on the PGA Tour.
1955Men AmericaMiami Openxx
Played as the Miami Open.
1955Men AmericaPalm Beach Round Robinxx
Played as the Palm Beach Round Robin.
1955Men AmericaTravelers Ch'shipWethersfield CC269 (-15)$4,000
Played as the Insurance City Open. Second-placed Fred Hawkins (USA) and Mike Souchak (USA) finished 7 shots behind Snead (USA). [Wethersfield CC, nr Hartford, CT].
1955Men AmericaWyndham Ch'shipStarmount Forest273 (-7)$2,200
Played as the Greater Greensboro Open. Second-placed Art Wall Jr (USA) and Julius Boros (USA) finished 1 shot behind Snead (USA). This was the fifth of Snead's eight wins in this event. [Starmount Forest CC, Greensboro, NC].
1954Men AmericaPalm Beach Round Robinxx
Played as the Palm Beach Round Robin.
1954Men AmericaPanama OpenPanama GC271
Played as the Panama Open. Won by Snead (USA). [GC de Panama, Panama City, Panama].
1954Men MajorsThe MastersAugusta National289 (+1)$5,000
The Masters Tournament (18th). Snead (USA) beat Ben Hogan (USA) in an 18-hole playoff: Snead 70 (-2), Hogan 71 (-1). [Augusta National GC, Augusta, GA].
1953Men AmericaBaton Rouge Openxx
Played as the Baton Rouge Open.
1953Team EventsOrlando Mixed Foursome3 & 2$775
Played as the Orlando Mixed Foursome. Winning team : McKinnon & Sam Snead. Second-placed team : Babe Zaharias & George Bolesta.
1952Men AmericaAll American Openxx
Played as the All American Open.
1952Men AmericaBrazil OpenSao Paulo GC267 (-17)$1,000
Played as the Brazil Open (Aberto do Brasil). Ricardo Rossi (Brazil) finished in second place behind Snead (USA). [Sao Paulo GC, Santo Amoro, Sao Paulo, Brazil].
1952Men AmericaEastern Openxx
Played as the Eastern Open.
1952Men AmericaInverness Invtl.xx
Played as the Inverness Round Robin Invitational.
1952Men AmericaPalm Beach Round Robinxx
Played as the Palm Beach Round Robin.
1952Men MajorsThe MastersAugusta National286 (-2)$4,000
The Masters Tournament (16th). Second-placed Jack Burke Jr (USA) finished 4 shots behind Snead (USA). This was the second of Snead's three Masters titles, played in very windy conditions. [Augusta National GC, Augusta, GA].
1951Men AmericaMiami Openxx
Played as the Miami Open.
1951Men MajorsUS PGA Ch'shipOakmont CC, PA7 & 6$3,500
The US PGA Championship (33rd). Snead (USA) beat Walter Burkemo (USA) 7 and 6 in the final. [Oakmont CC, nr Pittsburgh, PA].
1950Men AmericaBMW Ch'ship (US)Brentwood CC282$2,600
Played as the Western Open. Jim Ferrier (Aus/USA) and E.J. "Dutch" Harrison (USA) finished in second place behind defending champion Snead (USA). [Brentwood CC, Brentwood, Los Angeles, CA].
1950Men AmericaColonial InvitationalColonial CC, Tex277 (-3)$3,000
Played as the Colonial National Invitation. Second-placed Skip Alexander (USA) finished 3 shots behind Snead (USA). [Colonial CC, Ft Worth, TX].
1950Men AmericaInverness Invtl.xx
Played as the Inverness Invitational Four-Ball.
1950Men AmericaLos Angeles OpenRiviera CC, Calif.280 (-4)$2,600
Played as the Los Angeles Open. Snead (USA) beat Ben Hogan (USA) in an 18-hole playoff (Snead 72, Hogan 76). [Riviera CC, Pacific Palisades, Los Angeles, CA].
1950Men AwardsLow Stroke Ave - PGA of Am69.23n/a
Snead (USA) won his second straight PGA of America Vardon Trophy, recording the season's lowest scoring average on the PGA Tour.
1950Men AmericaMiami Beach Openxx
Played as the Miami Beach Open.
1950Men AmericaMiami Openxx
Played as the Miami Open.
1950Men AwardsMoney Winner - PGA Tr$35,760see Score
Snead (USA) won his third (and second straight) leading money winner title, with 1950 season earnings of $35,760 on the Tour.
1950Men AmericaNorth & South Openxx
Played as the North & South Open.
1950Men AmericaPebble Beach Pro-AmPebble Beach214 (-2)$1,237
Played as the Bing Crosby Pro-Am (54-hole event). Sam Snead (USA), Jack Burke Jr (USA), Smiley Quick (USA) and Dave Douglas (USA) tied for first place. There was no sudden-death playoff in those days. [Pebble Beach Links, Monterey Peninsula, CA. Earlier rounds also at: Cypress Point Club and Monterey Peninsula CC].
1950Men AmericaReading Openxx
Played as the Reading Open.
1950Men AmericaTexas OpenBrackenridge Park265 (-19)$2,000
Played as the Texas Open. Second-placed Jimmy Demaret (USA) finished 1 shot behind Snead (USA), who shot a pair of 63s in the final two rounds to claim victory. [Brackenridge Park GC, San Antonio, TX. Early rounds also played at Ft Sam Houston GC].
1950Men AmericaWyndham Ch'shipSedgefield CC269 (-11)$2,000
Played as the Greater Greensboro Open. Second-placed Jimmy Demaret (USA) finished 10 shots behind defending champion Snead (USA). This was the fourth of Snead's eight wins in this event. [Sedgefield CC, Greensboro, NC].
1949Men AmericaBMW Ch'ship (US)Keller GC268$2,600
Played as the Western Open. Cary Middlecoff (USA) finished in second place behind Snead (USA). [Keller GC, St Paul, Minnesota]
1949Men AmericaDapper Dan Openxx
Played as the Dapper Dan Open.
1949Men AwardsLow Stroke Ave - PGA of Am69.37n/a
Snead (USA) won the PGA of America Vardon Trophy, recording the season's lowest scoring average on the PGA Tour.
1949Men AwardsMoney Winner - PGA Tr$31,593see Score
Snead (USA) won his second PGA Tour leading money winner title, with 1949 season earnings of $31,593 on the Tour.
1949Men AwardsPlyr of Yr - PGA of Amxn/a
Snead (USA) won the PGA of America Player of the Year Award (based on points allocated for PGA Tour wins, money-list position and scoring average).
1949Men MajorsThe MastersAugusta National283 (-5)$2,750
The Masters Tournament (13th). Second-placed Lloyd Mangrum (USA) and Johnny Bulla (USA) finished 3 shots behind Snead (USA), who claimed the first of his three Masters titles. This was the first year that Augusta National's famous Green Jacket was presented to the Masters winner. [Augusta National GC, Augusta, GA].
1949Men MajorsUS PGA Ch'shipHermitage CC, VA3 & 2$3,500
The US PGA Championship (31st). Snead (USA) beat Johnny Palmer (USA) 3 and 2 in the final. [Hermitage CC, Manikin-Sabot, VA].
1949Men AmericaWashington Star Openxx
Played as the Washington Star Open.
1949Men AmericaWyndham Ch'shipStarmount Forest276 (-8)$2,000
Played as the Greater Greensboro Open. Snead (USA) beat defending champion Lloyd Mangrum (USA) in an 18-hole playoff (Snead 68, Mangrum 70). This was the third of Snead's eight wins in this event. [Starmount Forest CC, Greensboro, NC].
1948Men AmericaTexas OpenWillow Springs264 (-20)$2,000
Played as the Texas Open. Second-placed Jimmy Demaret (USA) finished 2 shots behind Snead (USA). Snead shot four rounds in the 60s to overhaul Demaret's third round 63. [Willow Springs GC, San Antonio, TX].
1946Men AmericaJacksonville Openxx
Played as the Jacksonville Open.
1946Men AmericaMiami Openxx
Played as the Miami Open.
1946Men MajorsThe OpenSt Andrews290 (+2)£150
The Open Championship (75th). Second-placed Bobby Locke (RSA) and Johnny Bulla (USA) finished 4 shots behind Snead (USA). [The Old Course, St Andrews, Fife].
1946Men AmericaVirginia Openxx
Played as the Virginia Open.
1946Men AmericaWorld Championship (PGA Tr)Tam O'Shanter GC$10,000
Played as the World Championship of Golf (a PGA Tour 36-hole exhibition event). Byron Nelson (USA) and Lloyd Mangrum (USA) finished in second place behind Snead (USA). [Tam O'Shanter GC, Niles, nr Chicago, IL. At the time Tam O'Shanter CC].
1946Men AmericaWyndham Ch'shipSedgefield CC270 (-10)$1,500
Played as the Greater Greensboro Open. Second-placed Herman Keiser (USA) finished 6 shots behind Snead (USA), who recorded the second of his eight wins in this event. [Sedgefield CC, Greensboro, NC].
1945Men AmericaByron Nelson Ch'shipDallas CC276 (-12)$2,000
Played as the Dallas Open. Second-placed Harold "Jug" McSpaden (USA) finished 4 shots behind Snead (USA). [Dallas CC, Dallas, TX].
1945Men AmericaGulfport Openxx
Played as the Gulfport Open
1945Men AmericaJacksonville Openxx
Played as the Jacksonville Open.
1945Men AmericaLos Angeles OpenRiviera CC, Calif.283 (-1)$2,666
Played as the Los Angeles Open. Second-placed Harold McSpaden (USA) and Byron Nelson (USA) finished 1 shot behind Snead (USA). [Riviera CC, Pacific Palisades, Los Angeles, CA].
1945Men AmericaPensacola Openxx
Played as the Pensacola Open Invitational.
1945Men AmericaTulsa Openxx
Played as the Tulsa Open.
1944Men AmericaPortland OpenPortland GCxx
Played as the Portland Open. Won by Sam Snead (USA). [Portland GC, Portland, Oregon].
1944Men AmericaRichmond Openxx
Played as the Richmond Open.
1942Men AmericaSt Petersburg Openxx
Played as the St Petersburg Open.
1942Men MajorsUS PGA Ch'shipSeaview Resort2 & 1$1,000
The US PGA Championship (25th). Snead (USA) beat Jim Turnesa (USA) 2 and 1 in the final. [Bay course, Seaview Resort, Galloway, nr Atlantic City, NJ].
1941Men AmericaCanadian OpenLambton GC274 (-10)$1,000
Played as the Canadian Open. Second-placed Bob Gray Jr (Scot/Can) finished 2 shots behind defending champion and three-time Canadian Open winner Snead (USA). [Lambton G&CC, Toronto, Ont.].
1941Men AmericaHenry Hurst Invtl.xx
Played as the Henry Hurst Invitational.
1941Men AmericaNorth & South Open277$1,000
Played as the North & South Open.
1941Men AmericaPebble Beach Pro-AmRancho Santa Fe136 (-8)$500
Played as the Bing Crosby Pro-Am (36-hole event). Second-placed Craig Wood (USA) finished 1 shot behind Snead (USA). [Rancho Sante Fe GC, nr San Diego, CA].
1941Men AmericaRochester Openxx
Played as the Rochester Times Union Open.
1941Men AmericaSt Petersburg Open279$1,200
Played as the St Petersburg Open.
1940Men AmericaAnthracite Openxx
Played as the Anthracite Open.
1940Men AmericaCanadian OpenScarboro G&CC, Ont.281 (-3)$1,000
Played as the Canadian Open. Snead (USA) beat defending champion Harold "Jug" McSpaden (USA) in an 18-hole playoff (Snead 71, McSpaden 72). [Scarboro G&CC, Toronto, Ont.].
1940Men AmericaInverness Invtl.xx
Played as the Inverness Invitational Four-Ball.
1939Men AmericaMiami Four-Ballxx
Played as the Miami Biltmore Four-Ball.
1939Men AmericaMiami Openxx
Played as the Miami Open.
1939Men AmericaSt Petersburg Openxx
Played as the St Petersburg Open.
1938Men AmericaCanadian OpenMississaugua G&CC277 (-3)$1,000
Played as the Canadian Open. Snead (USA) beat defending champion Harry "Lighthorse" Cooper (Eng/USA) in a 27-hole playoff. The two players both scored 67 in the 18-hole playoff. Snead then prevailed in an additional 9-hole playoff. [Mississaugua G&CC, Mississauga, Ont.].
1938Men AmericaChicago OpenOlympia Fieldsxx
Played as the Chicago Open. [Olympia Fields CC, nr Chicago, IL].
1938Men AmericaInverness Invtl.xx
Played as the Inverness Invitational.
1938Men AwardsLow Stroke Ave - PGA of Am520 ptsn/a
Snead (USA) won the PGA of America Vardon Trophy, based on a season-long points accumulation.
1938Men AwardsMoney Winner - PGA Tr$19,543see Score
Snead (USA) was the PGA Tour 1938 leading money winner, with earnings of $19,543 on the Tour.
1938Men AmericaPalm Beach Round Robinxx
Played as the Palm Beach Round Robin.
1938Men AmericaPebble Beach Pro-AmRancho Santa Fe139 (-5)$500
Played as the Bing Crosby Pro-Am (36-hole event). Second-placed Jimmy Hines (USA) finished 2 shots behind defending champion Snead (USA). [Rancho Sante Fe GC, nr San Diego, CA].
1938Men AmericaWestchester 108 Hole Openxx
Played as the Westchester 108 Hole Open
1938Men AmericaWhite Sulphur Springs Openxx
Played as the White Sulphur Springs Open.
1938Men AmericaWyndham Ch'shipSedgefield CC271 (-11)$1,200
Played as the inaugural Greater Greensboro Open. Second-placed Johnny Revolta (USA) finished 5 shots behind Snead (USA), who recorded the first of his eight wins in this event. [Sedgefield CC and Starmount Forest CC, Greensboro, NC].
1937Men AmericaMiami Openxx
Played as the Miami Open.
1937Men AmericaNassau Openxx
Played as the Nassau Open.
1937Men AmericaOakland Openxx
Played as the Oakland Open.
1937Men AmericaPebble Beach Pro-AmRancho Santa Fe68 (-4)$500
Played as the inaugural Bing Crosby Pro-Am (18-hole event). Second-placed George Von Elm (USA) finished 4 shots behind Snead (USA). [Rancho Sante Fe GC, nr San Diego, CA].
1937Men AmericaSt Paul Openxx
Played as the St Paul Open.
1936Men AmericaWest Virginia Closed Proxx
Played as the West Virginia Closed Pro.

 

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