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1938 - Sam Snead 1939 - Ralph Guldahl 1940 - Ben Hogan 1941 - Byron Nelson 1942 - Sam Byrd 1943-44 - No tournaments 1945 - Byron Nelson 1946 - Sam Snead 1947 - Vic Ghezzi 1948 - Lloyd Mangrum 1949 - Sam Snead 1950 - Sam Snead 1951 - Art Doering 1952 - Dave Douglas 1953 - Earl Stewart 1954 - Doug Ford 1955 - Sam Snead 1956 - Sam Snead 1957 - Stan Leonard 1958 - Bob Goalby 1959 - Dow Finsterwald 1960 - Sam Snead 1961 - Mike Souchak 1962 - Billy Casper 1963 - Doug Sanders 1964 - Julius Boros 1965 - Sam Snead 1966 - Doug Sanders 1967 - George Archer 1968 - Billy Casper 1969 - Gene Littler 1970 - Gary Player 1971 - Buddy Allin 1972 - George Archer 1973 - Juan Rodriguez 1974 - Bob Charles 1975 - Tom Weiskopf 1976 - Al Geiberger 1977 - Danny Edwards 1978 - Seve Ballesteros 1979 - Ray Floyd 1980 - Craig Stadler 1981 - Larry Nelson 1982 - Danny Edwards 1983 - Lanny Wadkins 1984 - Andy Bean 1985 - Joey Sindelar 1986 - Sandy Lyle 1987 - Scott Simpson 1988 - Sandy Lyle 1989 - Ken Green

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