The 1954 Tucson Open?

  The Tucson Open was not played in 1954. The PGA cut it from the schedule in favor of a $3,000 event in Laredo, Texas (the Tucson Open was a $10,000 event at the time). No named players went to Laredo. They just took that week off, except Bill Nary who went to Tucson to practice at El Rio.

  The PGA quickly came to its senses. It put the Tucson Open back on the schedule for 1955 and thereafter.