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1935 PGA Championship

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Dates  October 17–23, 1935
Tour(s)  PGA Tour
Organized by  PGA of America
Format  Match play - 6 rounds
1935 PGA Championship
Location  Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Course(s)  Twin Hills Golf & Country Club

The 1935 PGA Championship was the 18th PGA Championship, held October 17–23 at Twin Hills Golf & Country Club in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Then a match play championship, Johnny Revolta won his only major title, defeating Tommy Armour 5 & 4.


The match play field was increased in 1935 to 64 players, with the first two rounds at 18 holes each, played on the first day, Friday. Weather caused a one-day delay in the schedule and the finals were held on Wednesday.

Defending champion Paul Runyan lost 3 & 2 in the quarterfinals to Al Zimmerman.


The match play format at the PGA Championship in 1935 called for 12 rounds (216 holes) in six days:

  • Thursday – 36-hole stroke play qualifier (continued on Friday)
  • defending champion Paul Runyan and top 63 professionals advanced to match play
  • Friday – first two rounds, 18 holes each (continued on Saturday)
  • Saturday – third round – 36 holes (played on Sunday)
  • Sunday – quarterfinals – 36 holes (played on Monday)
  • Monday – semifinals – 36 holes (played on Tuesday)
  • Tuesday – final – 36 holes (played on Wednesday)
  • Final results

    Wednesday, October 23, 1935


    1935 PGA Championship Wikipedia

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