Harry Todd Sr.


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Harry Todd, Sr. was a Dallas, Texas native. As an amateur, he won the 1939 Western Amateur and finished runner-up to Bud Ward in 1941. He turned professional in 1945.

Todd made his living primarily as a club professional at Northwood Club, and also spent time at Lakewood Country Club, both in Dallas. In addition, he played on tour after World War II. He won once on the PGA Tour, at the 1946 Orlando Open. Also in 1946, he finished one stroke behind Ben Hogan in the inaugural Colonial National Invitation. He led the 1948 Masters Tournament after 36 holes but would finish in a tied for eighth place.

In addition to his PGA Tour win, Mr. Todd won back-to-back Ozark opens in 1947 and 1948.

Birthplace: Dallas, Texas

Born: November 6, 1916

Died: October 9, 1966

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