Amy Alcott

Amy Alcott (born February 22, 1956) is an American professional golfer. She became a member of the LPGA Tour in 1975, and won five major championships and 29 LPGA Tour events in all. She is a member of the World Golf Hall of Fame.

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Women's Golf - LPGA Major Winners
... Betsy King (5/6) Patty Sheehan (3/6) Sherri Steinhauer (1/2) 1991 Amy Alcott (5/5) Meg Mallon (1/4) Meg Mallon (2/4) Nancy Scranton 1990 Betsy King (3/6) Beth Daniel ...
Women's Major Golf Championships - LPGA Major Winners - Second Era (1973–2000)
... Dottie Mochrie (1/2) Betsy King (5/6) Patty Sheehan (3/6) Sherri Steinhauer (1/2) 1991 Amy Alcott (5/5) Meg Mallon (1/4) Meg Mallon (2/4) Nancy Scranton 1990 Betsy King (3/6) Beth Daniel Betsy ...
Patty Sheehan - Professional Wins - LPGA Tour Wins (35)
... Daniel 11 Jun 10, 1984 McDonald's Kids Classic –7 (65-72-74-70=281) 2 strokes Amy Alcott 12 Aug 12, 1984 Henredon Classic –11 (67-70-72-68=277) 1 stroke JoAnne Carner Dot Germain ... on first extra hole 1985 ... Nestle World Championship of Women's Golf Amy Alcott Lost to birdie on second extra hole 1986 ... Konica San Jose Classic Amy Alcott Betsy ...
Jan Stephenson - Professional Wins (25) - LPGA Tour (16)
27, 1983 Tucson Conquistadores LPGA Open –9 (72-68-67=207) 5 strokes Amy Alcott 11 Jun 19, 1983 Lady Keystone Open –11 (69-67-69=205) 1 stroke Pat ... Mar 24, 1985 GNA Classic +2 (70-73-72-75=290) 1 stroke Amy Alcott Pat Bradley Barbara Moxness 14 Apr 19, 1987 Santa Barbara Open –1 (74-68-73=215) 1 stroke Jane Geddes Ayako Okamoto 15 Sep 20, 1987 Safeco ... Lopez, and Stephenson eliminated with par on first hole 1981 ... Inamori Classic Amy Alcott Donna Caponi Hollis Stacy Stacy won with birdie on first extra ...

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    Mr. Alcott seems to have sat down for the winter. He has got Plato and other books to read. He is as large-featured and hospitable to traveling thoughts and thinkers as ever; but with the same Connecticut philosophy as ever, mingled with what is better. If he would only stand upright and toe the line!—though he were to put off several degrees of largeness, and put on a considerable degree of littleness. After all, I think we must call him particularly your man.
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