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FORTUNE FROM GOLF

BYRON NELSON'S WINNINGS ■ CHICAGO. July 30. Byron Nelson captured his ninth straight golf tournament title by winning the All-America n Open championship. With a fourth round score of 67 he finished with a total of 269. 19 under par Nelson's share of the prize-money was 10 000 dollars, which boosted his winnings for 1945 to 45.000 dollars. Gene Sara7.cn nnd Ben Hogan with 280. tied for second place with prizemoney of 5000 dollars. Other scores were:—Jug McSpiden. Drnny Shiite. Vic Ghezzi. 281; Jim Ferricr. 282; Joe Kirkwcod. 283; Joe Louis, 325. Art Doering won the All-American amateur title with a total of 282.

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FORTUNE FROM GOLF, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 180, 1 August 1945

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FORTUNE FROM GOLF Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 180, 1 August 1945

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