Sally Sessions

United States

1947

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Sally Sessions Bio

Career Highlights
  • One of the 13 LPGA founders.
  • Elected secretary of the LPGA by her peers at the meeting in Wichita.
  • Early stages of leukemia forced her to cut back on her tournament schedule.
  • Taught in the Detroit public school system before retiring in February 1966.
  • Was an accomplished musician and wrote operas.
  • In 1947, turned pro after winning the Mexican Women's Open and joined the Wilson staff; finished second to Betty Jameson at the U.S. Women's Open; she was the low amateur for the event.
  • In 1946, was the Michigan Women's State champion.
  • In 1941, was the Michigan Jr. Golf Championship winner.

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