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Name: - Debbie Massey
Country: - USA
Born : - May 11, 1950
Original Home/Club: - Beaufort, SC
Occupation: - Professional golfer
Turned Pro: - 1977

Roll of Honour

British Women's Open (1980, 1981).


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LPGA Tour player and current member of the US Women's Senior Golf Tour (WSGT).


Top tournaments won by Debbie Massey

1990Wmn AsiaJapan Classic (LPGA)Musashigaoka CC133 (-11)US$82,500
Played as the Mazda Japan Classic (LPGA & Jpn LPGA Trs event). Danielle Ammaccapane (USA) and Caroline Keggi (USA) finished in second place behind Massey (USA). Event reduced to 36 holes due to bad weather. [Musashigaoka CC, Hanno, Saitama, Japan].
1981Wmn EuropeBritish Women's OpenNorthumberland GC295 (-1)
Played as the Pretty Polly Women's British Open (July 29-Aug 1). Second-placed Belle Robertson (Scot, amateur) finished 4 shots behind defending champion Massey (USA). [Northumberland GC, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne & Wear].
1980Wmn EuropeBritish Women's OpenWentworth Club294 (+2)£4,500
Played as the Pretty Polly Women's British Open (July 23-26). Second-placed Belle Robertson (Scot) and Marta Figueras-Dotti (Esp) finished 1 shot behind Massey (USA). [East course, Wentworth Club, Virginia Water, Surrey].
1979Wmn AmericaWheeling ClassicSpeidel GC219 (+3)$15,000
Played as the Wheeling Classic. Massey (USA) beat Betsy King (USA) with a par at the first playoff hole, to record her second LPGA Tour win. [Jones course, Speidel GC, Oglebay Resort, Wheeling, WV].
1977Wmn AsiaJapan Classic (LPGA)Hanayashiki GC220 (-2)US$15,000
Played as the Mizuno Japan Classic (LPGA & Jpn LPGA Trs event). Hollis Stacy (USA) finished in second place behind Massey (USA). [Hanayashiki GC, Miki, Hyogo, Japan].
1977Wmn AwardsRookie of Yr - LPGAxx
Massey (USA) won the LPGA Tour 1977 Louise Suggs Rookie of the Year Award as the leading first-season player.

 

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