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Clarence E. Clark (September 22, 1907 – September 27, 1974) was an American professional golfer. Clark worked as a golf pro at McFarlin Golf Club (Tulsa, Oklahoma), Forest Hill Field Club (Bloomfield, New Jersey), Carey Park Golf Course (Hutchinson, Kansas), O'Brien's Golf Center (Wichita, Kansas), Newton Country Club (Newton, Kansas), and Dyess Air Force Base Golf Course and Lazee Tee Golf Center (Abilene, Texas). He also played on the PGA Tour, winning seven times in the 1930s, including the Texas Open and Houston Open on consecutive weeks in 1932. In 1936, he was tied for the lead in the U.S. Open after the first round and finished the tournament tied for third.

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  • Clarence E. Clark (September 22, 1907 – September 27, 1974) was an American professional golfer. Clark worked as a golf pro at McFarlin Golf Club (Tulsa, Oklahoma), Forest Hill Field Club (Bloomfield, New Jersey), Carey Park Golf Course (Hutchinson, Kansas), O'Brien's Golf Center (Wichita, Kansas), Newton Country Club (Newton, Kansas), and Dyess Air Force Base Golf Course and Lazee Tee Golf Center (Abilene, Texas). He also played on the PGA Tour, winning seven times in the 1930s, including the Texas Open and Houston Open on consecutive weeks in 1932. In 1936, he was tied for the lead in the U.S. Open after the first round and finished the tournament tied for third.
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  • Clarence E. Clark (September 22, 1907 – September 27, 1974) was an American professional golfer. Clark worked as a golf pro at McFarlin Golf Club (Tulsa, Oklahoma), Forest Hill Field Club (Bloomfield, New Jersey), Carey Park Golf Course (Hutchinson, Kansas), O'Brien's Golf Center (Wichita, Kansas), Newton Country Club (Newton, Kansas), and Dyess Air Force Base Golf Course and Lazee Tee Golf Center (Abilene, Texas). He also played on the PGA Tour, winning seven times in the 1930s, including the Texas Open and Houston Open on consecutive weeks in 1932. In 1936, he was tied for the lead in the U.S. Open after the first round and finished the tournament tied for third. Clark died in Abilene, Texas in 1974.
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