Kentucky Derby Open
|Location||Louisville, Kentucky, U.S.|
|Course(s)||Seneca Golf Course|
|Length||6,542 yards (5,982 m)|
|Month played||April, May|
|Don Whitt, 274 (–10)|
The Kentucky Derby Open was a PGA Tour event in Kentucky that was played at Seneca Golf Course in Louisville in the late 1950s. Gary Player won his first PGA Tour event at this tournament in April 1958. Seneca is a municipal course, located just northwest of Bowman Field.
|1959||Don Whitt||274||−10||1 stroke||Jim Ferree||2,800||20,000|||
|1958||Gary Player||274||−14||3 strokes|| Chick Harbert
|1957||Billy Casper||277||−7||1 stroke||Peter Thomason||4,300||30,000|||
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- "Gary Player golf winner". Eugene Register-Guard. (Oregon). Associated Press. April 21, 1958. p. 3B.
- "Player walks in Locke's footsteps". Pittsburgh Press. United Press. April 21, 1958. p. 26.
- "Seneca Golf Course". Retrieved 2007-11-22.
- "Whitt wins Derby Open". Milwaukee Sentinel. June 1, 1958. p. 6, part 2.
- "Casper picks up medicine money". Pittsburgh Press. United Press. April 29, 1957. p. 27.
- "Bill Casper snares Derby golf tourney". Eugene Register-Guard. (Oregon). Associated Press. April 29, 1957. p. 2B.
- Louisville Parks and Recreation – Seneca Golf Course
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