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Olin Dutra Personal information Full name Olin Dutra Born January 17, 1901(1901-01-17) Monterey, California Died May 5, 1983(1983-05-05) (aged 82) Height 6 ft 1.75 in (1.87 m) Weight 188 lb (85 kg; 13.4 st) Nationality  United States Career Turned professional 1924 Former tour(s) PGA Tour Professional wins 19 Best results in Major Championships (Wins: 2) Masters Tournament 3rd: 1935 U.S. Open Won: 1934 The Open Championship T6: 1933 PGA Championship Won: 1932 Olin Dutra (January 17, 1901 – May 5, 1983) was a professional golfer who played on the PGA Tour in the 1920s and 1930s. Dutra was born in Monterey, California. In 1924, he resigned from a job at a hardware store and joined the PGA Tour, where he would win 19 tournaments. His best years as a golf professional were in the early 1930s; he won the 1932 PGA Championship, the 1934 U.S. Open at Merion and played in the 1933 and 1935 Ryder Cup matches. In the 1932 PGA Championship, Dutra played 196 holes and finished an astounding 19-under-par, including finishing as low qualifier and winning his matches 9 & 8, 5 & 3, 5 & 4, 3 & 2, and 4 & 3. The 1934 U.S. Open is the tournament for which Dutra is best remembered. While traveling to Philadelphia, where the tournament was to take place, Dutra became ill and lost 15 pounds. After the first 2 rounds, he was 8 strokes behind the leaders, after the third round he was in 18th place. On the eve of the final round, Dutra had an attack of dysentery, forcing him to snack on sugar cubes throughout the final round. He was still able to shoot a 72 holding off Gene Sarazen to win by a single stroke. Major championships Wins (2) Year Championship 54 Holes Winning Score Margin Runner-up 1932 PGA Championship n/a 4 & 2 Frank Walsh 1934 U.S. Open 3 shot deficit +13 (76-74-72-71=293) 1 stroke Gene Sarazen Results timeline Tournament 1928 1929 The Masters NYF NYF U.S. Open DNP DNP The Open Championship DNP DNP PGA Championship R32 DNP Tournament 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 The Masters NYF NYF NYF NYF DNP 3 DNP DNP DNP DNP U.S. Open T25 T21 T7 T7 1 T12 T45 T55 T16 T16 The Open Championship DNP DNP DNP T6 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP PGA Championship DNP DNP 1 R16 DNP DNP DNP R32 DNP DNP Tournament 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 The Masters DNP DNP DNP NT NT NT DNP DNP DNP DNP U.S. Open CUT WD NT NT NT NT DNP DNP CUT DNP The Open Championship NT NT NT NT NT NT DNP DNP DNP DNP PGA Championship DNP DNP DNP NT DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Tournament 1950 1951 1952 1953 The Masters DNP DNP DNP 63 U.S. Open DNP DNP DNP DNP The Open Championship DNP DNP DNP DNP PGA Championship DNP DNP DNP DNP NYF = Tournament not yet founded NT = No tournament DNP = Did not play WD = Withdrew CUT = missed the half-way cut R64, R32, R16, QF, SF = Round in which player lost in PGA Championship match play "T" indicates a tie for a place Green background for wins. Yellow background for top-10.   Olin Dutra in the Major Championships v • d • e U.S. Open champions 1895 Horace Rawlins · 1896 James Foulis · 1897 Joe Lloyd · 1898 Fred Herd · 1899 Willie Smith · 1900 Harry Vardon · 1901 Willie Anderson† · 1902 Laurie Auchterlonie · 1903 Willie Anderson† · 1904 Willie Anderson · 1905 Willie Anderson · 1906 Alex Smith · 1907 Alec Ross · 1908 Fred McLeod† · 1909 George Sargent · 1910 Alex Smith† · 1911 John McDermott† · 1912 John McDermott · 1913 Francis Ouimet‡ · 1914 Walter Hagen · 1915 Jerome Travers# · 1916 Chick Evans# · 1917–18 Cancelled due to World War I · 1919 Walter Hagen† · 1920 Ted Ray · 1921 Jim Barnes · 1922 Gene Sarazen · 1923 Bobby Jones‡ · 1924 Cyril Walker · 1925 Willie Macfarlane† · 1926 Bobby Jones# · 1927 Tommy Armour† · 1928 Johnny Farrell† · 1929 Bobby Jones‡ · 1930 Bobby Jones# · 1931 Billy Burke† · 1932 Gene Sarazen · 1933 Johnny Goodman# · 1934 Olin Dutra · 1935 Sam Parks, Jr. · 1936 Tony Manero · 1937 Ralph Guldahl · 1938 Ralph Guldahl · 1939 Byron Nelson† · 1940 Lawson Little† · 1941 Craig Wood · 1942–45 Cancelled due to World War II · 1946 Lloyd Mangrum† · 1947 Lew Worsham† · 1948 Ben Hogan · 1949 Cary Middlecoff · 1950 Ben Hogan† · 1951 Ben Hogan · 1952 Julius Boros · 1953 Ben Hogan · 1954 Ed Furgol · 1955 Jack Fleck† · 1956 Cary Middlecoff · 1957 Dick Mayer† · 1958 Tommy Bolt · 1959 Billy Casper · 1960 Arnold Palmer · 1961 Gene Littler · 1962 Jack Nicklaus† · 1963 Julius Boros† · 1964 Ken Venturi · 1965 Gary Player† · 1966 Billy Casper† · 1967 Jack Nicklaus · 1968 Lee Trevino · 1969 Orville Moody · 1970 Tony Jacklin · 1971 Lee Trevino† · 1972 Jack Nicklaus · 1973 Johnny Miller · 1974 Hale Irwin · 1975 Lou Graham† · 1976 Jerry Pate · 1977 Hubert Green · 1978 Andy North · 1979 Hale Irwin · 1980 Jack Nicklaus · 1981 David Graham · 1982 Tom Watson · 1983 Larry Nelson · 1984 Fuzzy Zoeller† · 1985 Andy North · 1986 Raymond Floyd · 1987 Scott Simpson · 1988 Curtis Strange† · 1989 Curtis Strange · 1990 Hale Irwin† · 1991 Payne Stewart† · 1992 Tom Kite · 1993 Lee Janzen · 1994 Ernie Els† · 1995 Corey Pavin · 1996 Steve Jones · 1997 Ernie Els · 1998 Lee Janzen · 1999 Payne Stewart · 2000 Tiger Woods · 2001 Retief Goosen† · 2002 Tiger Woods · 2003 Jim Furyk · 2004 Retief Goosen · 2005 Michael Campbell · 2006 Geoff Ogilvy · 2007 Ángel Cabrera · 2008 Tiger Woods† · 2009 Lucas Glover · 2010 Graeme McDowell † indicates the event was won in a playoff ‡ indicates the event was won in a playoff by an amateur # indicates the event was won by an amateur v • d • e PGA Championship champions Match play era 1916 Jim Barnes • 1917–18 Cancelled due to World War I • 1919 Jim Barnes • 1920 Jock Hutchison • 1921 Walter Hagen • 1922 Gene Sarazen • 1923 Gene Sarazen • 1924 Walter Hagen • 1925 Walter Hagen • 1926 Walter Hagen • 1927 Walter Hagen • 1928 Leo Diegel • 1929 Leo Diegel • 1930 Tommy Armour • 1931 Tom Creavy • 1932 Olin Dutra • 1933 Gene Sarazen • 1934 Paul Runyan • 1935 Johnny Revolta • 1936 Denny Shute • 1937 Denny Shute • 1938 Paul Runyan • 1939 Henry Picard • 1940 Byron Nelson • 1941 Vic Ghezzi • 1942 Sam Snead • 1943 Cancelled due to World War II • 1944 Bob Hamilton • 1945 Byron Nelson • 1946 Ben Hogan • 1947 Jim Ferrier • 1948 Ben Hogan • 1949 Sam Snead • 1950 Chandler Harper • 1951 Sam Snead • 1952 Jim Turnesa • 1953 Walter Burkemo • 1954 Chick Harbert • 1955 Doug Ford • 1956 Jack Burke, Jr. • 1957 Lionel Hebert Stroke play era 1958 Dow Finsterwald • 1959 Bob Rosburg • 1960 Jay Hebert • 1961 Jerry Barber† • 1962 Gary Player • 1963 Jack Nicklaus • 1964 Bobby Nichols • 1965 Dave Marr • 1966 Al Geiberger • 1967 Don January† • 1968 Julius Boros • 1969 Raymond Floyd • 1970 Dave Stockton • 1971 Jack Nicklaus • 1972 Gary Player • 1973 Jack Nicklaus • 1974 Lee Trevino • 1975 Jack Nicklaus • 1976 Dave Stockton • 1977 Lanny Wadkins† • 1978 John Mahaffey† • 1979 David Graham† • 1980 Jack Nicklaus • 1981 Larry Nelson • 1982 Raymond Floyd • 1983 Hal Sutton • 1984 Lee Trevino • 1985 Hubert Green • 1986 Bob Tway • 1987 Larry Nelson† • 1988 Jeff Sluman • 1989 Payne Stewart • 1990 Wayne Grady • 1991 John Daly • 1992 Nick Price • 1993 Paul Azinger† • 1994 Nick Price • 1995 Steve Elkington† • 1996 Mark Brooks† • 1997 Davis Love III • 1998 Vijay Singh • 1999 Tiger Woods • 2000 Tiger Woods† • 2001 David Toms • 2002 Rich Beem • 2003 Shaun Micheel • 2004 Vijay Singh† • 2005 Phil Mickelson • 2006 Tiger Woods • 2007 Tiger Woods • 2008 Pádraig Harrington • 2009 Y. E. Yang • 2010 Martin Kaymer† † indicates the event was won in a playoff   Olin Dutra in the Ryder Cup v • d • e United States Ryder Cup team – 1933 Billy Burke • Leo Diegel • Ed Dudley • Olin Dutra • Paul Runyan • Gene Sarazen • Denny Shute • Horton Smith • Craig Wood Walter Hagen (playing captain) Lost: 5.5 – 6.5 v • d • e United States Ryder Cup team – 1935 Olin Dutra • Ky Laffoon • Sam Parks • Henry Picard • Johnny Revolta • Paul Runyan • Gene Sarazen • Horton Smith • Craig Wood Walter Hagen (playing captain) Won: 9 – 3 Persondata Name Dutra, Olin Alternative names Short description Date of birth January 17, 1901 Place of birth Monterey, California Date of death May 5, 1983 Place of death