- RACE TO CME GLOBE
Vibrant personality makes her a natural for personal appearances and clinics…Tiny 5-4, 99-pounder with blonde hair, blue eyes, voted All-American as Best Dressed in 1965...Started golfing at age 13, lists Jack Grant as main instructor…Is a contributing editor to “Woman Golfer” magazine.
Joined the Tour in 1958 and immediately began to register high finishes. Career earnings now top $63,000, highlighted by a victory in the 1963 Rock City Open. Spends much of the season making personal appearances on behalf of MacGregor Golf Company.
Three times selected to the Curtis Cup team, 1954-6-8. Won the U.S. Amateur in ‘54, runnerup in ‘58. Four-time California State champion, three-time South Atlantic champion, named L.A. Times Woman Athlete-of-the-Year in 1954. Low amateur in the pro Titleholders event in ‘54. One of the greatest amateur records ever taken onto the Tour.