Name:Murle Lindstrom / Breer (née MacKenzie)
Born:Jan 20, 1939 in St Petersburgh, Florida.
Occupation:Professional golfer and golf instructor.
MAJORS (1): US Women's Open (1962). Total LPGA Tour wins (4).
Murle MacKenzie joined the LPGA Tour in 1958, aged 19. She later played under her married name of Murle Lindstrom from 1961 until 1969, the period in which she recorded her four LPGA Tour victories. In 1969, after marrying again, she played as Murle Breer. She retired from the LPGA Tour in 1984.
Played as the JCPenney Mixed Team Classic (two-person team event; one PGA Tr, one LPGA Tr). Winning team: Dave Eichelberger (USA) & Murle Breer (USA, formerly Lindstrom, née MacKenzie). Second place: Jim Colbert (USA) & Silvia Bertolaccini (Arg). [Bardmoor CC, Largo, FL].
Played as the O'Sullivan Ladies Open. Shirley Englehorn finished in second place behind Lindstrom.
Played as the Carlsbad Jaycee Open. Sandrie Haynie finished in second place behind Lindstrom.
The US Women's Open (17th) (June 28-30). Second-placed Ruth Jessen (USA) and Jo Ann Prentice (USA) finished 2 shots behind Lindstrom (USA), who recorded her first and only major championship win. [The Dunes G&BC, Myrtle Beach, SC].
Played as the San Antonio Civitan Tournament. Betsy Rawls (USA) finished 3 shots behind Lindstrom (USA). [Brackenridge Park GC, San Antonio, TX].
LPGA Tour Championship: the CME Group Tour Championship brings the curtain down on the LPGA Tour’s 2020 season at Tiburón Golf Club in Florida (Dec 17-20).
Race to Dubai: the European Tour’s season-long Order of Merit comes to its conclusion in the DP World Tour Championship in Dubai (Dec 10-13).
Peter Alliss: accomplished player, Ryder Cup star, course designer, writer, humourist and commentator, this legend of the game will be greatly missed by his legions of followers … golfers and armchair golf enthusiasts alike.
Angela Stanford: major championship winner and Solheim Cup star, records an impressive win in her home state of Texas in the Volunteers of America Classic.
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