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  • 1969 US Open champion Orville Moody passes away

    Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida (AP)

    Orville Moody, who won the 1969 U.S. Open for his only PGA Tour title, passed on Aug. 8, the tour said. He was 74.

    The tour said he died in Texas and did not give a cause of death.

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