1922 PGA Championship Winner and Scores

The 1922 PGA Championship was the fifth time this major was played.

Winner: Gene Sarazen

Where it was played: Oakmont Country Club in Oakmont, Pennsylvania

Tournament dates: Aug. 14-18, 1922

Notable notes: Gene Sarazen defeated Emmet French in the championship final by a score of 4-and-3. ... It was the second major victory in a month for the 20-year-old, who earlier won the 1922 U.S. Open. Sarazen was the first golfer ever to win the U.S. Open and PGA Championship in the same year. ... Defending champion Walter Hagen did not play the PGA in 1922 in order to play more lucrative exhibition matches. ... This was the first major championship played at Oakmont.

Late-Round Match Scores

Round of 16 (36 holes)
Bobby Cruickshank def. Francis Gallet, 7 and 6
Chas. Rowe def. Jack Burgess, 6 and 5
Gene Sarazen def. Frank Sprogell, 9 and 7
Jock Hutchison def. Harry Hampton, 4 and 3
Tom Kerrigan def. Johnny Farrell, 4 and 3
Johnny Golden def. Al Ciuci, 3 and 2
Emil Loeffler def. Eddie Towns, 2 and 1
Emmett French def. R.S. Minor, 8 and 7

Quarterfinals (36 holes)
Gene Sarazen def. Jock Hutchinson, 3 and 1
Bobby Cruickshank def. Chas Rowe, 3 and 2
Emmett French def. Emil Loeffler, 4 and 2
Johnny Golden def. Tom Kerrigan, 4 and 3

Semifinals (36 holes)
Gene Sarazen def. Bobby Cruickshank, 3 and 2
Emmett French def. Johnny Golden, 8 and 7

Championship Match (36 holes)
Gene Sarazen def. Emmett French, 4 and 3

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