1932 PGA Championship Winner and Scores

The 1932 PGA Championship was the 15th time this major was played.

Winner: Olin Dutra

Where it was played: Keller Golf Course in Maplewood, Minnesota

Tournament dates: Aug. 30-Sept. 4, 1932

Notable notes: Olin "King Kong" Dutra defeated Frank Walsh in the championship match by a 4-and-3 final score. Dutra began the week as hot as he finished it, earning medalist honors in the stroke-play qualifying. ... To reach the finals, Dutra beat George Smith, Reggie Myles, Herman Barron and Ed Dudley. ... Defending champ Tom Creavy was knocked out in the semifinals by Walsh.

Late-Round Match Scores

Round of 16 (36 holes)
Olin Dutra def. Reggie Myles, 5 and 3
Herman Barron def. Abe Espinosa, 1-up (38 holes)
Ed Dudley def. Henry Picard, 10 and 9
Al Collins def. Johnny Golden, 1-up
Bobby Cruickshank def. Vincent Eldred, 3 and 1
Frank Walsh def. Gene Kunes, 3 and 2
Ralph Stonehouse def. John Kinder, 3 and 2
Tom Creavy def. Johnny Perelli, 1-up

Quarterfinals (36 holes)
Olin Dutra def. Herman Barron, 5 and 4
Ed Dudley def. Al Collins, 1-up (38 holes)
Frank Walsh def. Bobby Cruickshank, 8 and 7
Tom Creavy def. Ralph Stonehouse, 3 and 2

Semifinals (36 holes)
Olin Dutra def. Ed Dudley, 3 and 2
Frank Walsh def. Tom Creavy, 1-up (38 holes)

Championship Match (36 holes)
Olin Dutra def. Frank Walsh, 4 and 3

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