Patty Berg, Estelle Lawson, and Marian McDougall were trailblazers in the world of women's golf. Patty Berg, born in 1918, was a founding member of the LPGA and a dominant force in women's golf during the mid-20th century, amassing 15 major championships and founding the Women's PGA. Estelle Lawson, a notable Australian golfer, made significant contributions to the sport in the early 20th century. She won the Australian Women's Amateur and made history by competing in the first Women's British Amateur Championship. Marian McDougall, a Canadian golfer, was a pioneering figure in Canadian women's golf, showcasing her talent through various wins and championships. Together, their contributions helped pave the way for women in golf, inspiring generations of female golfers and leaving an enduring impact on the sport.
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