One of the 13 LPGA founders.
First grandmother on the LPGA Tour.
In 1962, made her first hole-in-one at the Austin Civitan, where she was awarded a case of beer.
In 1961, retired from traveling after the death of her husband to care for her children, teach golf and play events in Texas.
In April 1949, turned professional; attended first meeting for the LPGA in May.
In 1948, was medalist at the U.S. Women’s Amateur.
In 1947, won the Texas Open.
In 1947-48, won the Texas Women’s Amateur.
In 1945-46, won the women’s division of the Texas PGA Championship.
From 1945-48, won four consecutive Dallas Women’s Golf Association Championships.
Won her first amateur tournament in the early 1940s in Chicago.