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Cecil Leitch was a four-time Ladies Amateur Champion

Cecil Leitch was a four-time Ladies Amateur Champion

Cecil Leitch shares a record with Joyce Wethered for winning four British Ladies Amateur titles. A self-taught golfer, she was one of the dominant players of the 1910s and 20s. Unlike her contemporaries, she preferred to play in the wind. She changed the way women golf by hitting hard, rather than daintily, as most women

Gary Player boasted three Open Championships among his nine majors

After winning his first Open Championship in 1959 at Muirfield, followed by a Masters title, a PGA Championship and a U.S. Open in the 1960s, South African golf legend Gary Player faced one of the strongest Open Championship fields ever assembled at Carnoustie in 1968. Read More

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