Danny Thomas-Diplomat Classic

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The Danny Thomas-Diplomat Classic was a golf tournament on the PGA Tour that played only once, from December 4-7, 1969 at south Florida's Diplomat Presidential Country Club located between Miami and Fort Lauderdale. Arnold Palmer won the tournament, which earned him $25,000.[1] It was the last event of the year, and played opposite a satellite event, the West End Classic. Although the tournament played for only one year, Danny Thomas would continue to lend his name to a PGA Event for the next 15 years: the Danny Thomas Memphis Classic played from 1970–1984.