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- In March, he finished joint runner-up in the Florida Citrus Invitational, winning US$13,875 and then, three weeks later, solo third in the National Airlines Open Invitational, winning a further US$14,200.
- Menne also finished in a first-place tie with Lee Trevino at the end of regulation at the 1970 National Airlines Open Invitational but lost on the second extra hole of a playoff.
- Its predecessor, the National Airlines Open Invitational, ran for just three seasons (1969–71); all at the Country Club of Miami in Hialeah in late March.
- Henry's career year in professional golf was 1969, when he won the National Airlines Open Invitational, and had his two best finishes in majors: solo ninth at the U.S. Open and T-11 at the PGA Championship.
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