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List Of Motorsport Championships - Formula Cars - Formula Ford
... Formula Ford Kent, Zetec, Duratec 1600 British Formula Ford Championship (RAC British championship from 1976, became British Open championship in 1991) List of past British Formula Ford ...
Sunningdale Golf Club - History
... The Open Championship, International Final Qualifying has been held annually over the Old and New Courses since 2004 ... It was also the venue of the 2009 Senior British Open Championship, which was won by Loren Roberts ... over it during qualifying for the 1926 British Open, with the 66 consisting of 33 full strokes and 33 putts, with every hole played in either 3 or 4 this has sometimes ...
Rachael Grinham - Career Statistics - WISPA Titles (27)
... Series (6) WISPA Silver Series (13) WISPA Tour Series (7) Titles by Major Tournaments World Open (1) British Open (3) Hong Kong Open (0) Qatar Classic (0) No. 1 March 1998 Toulouse Open Tracey Shenton Unknown Unknown 2. 7 March 1999 Swiss Open Claire Waddell 9–2, 9–6, 9–3 Unknown 3 ...
Lawson Little - Major Championships - Results Timeline
... Amateur QF R16 DNQ R32 SF 1 ... British Amateur DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 1 ... Professional Tournament 1939 ... Masters Tournament DNP 6 LA T20 T19 T10 T3 U.S ... Open T25 LA DNP DNP CUT T38 T42 British Open DNP T4 LA DNP DNP DNP CUT PGA Championship DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Tournament 1948. 1949 ... Open 1 T17 NT NT NT NT T10 T31 CUT CUT British Open NT NT NT NT NT NT 10 DNP T32 DNP PGA Championship DNP DNP DNP NT DNP DNP R32 DNP R64 R64 Tournament 1950 1951 ...
Sherri Steinhauer
1992 du Maurier Classic and 2006 Women's British Open ... She also won the British Open in 1998 and 1999 before it became an LPGA major ... Apple Classic and the Weetabix Women's British Open, Steinhauer finished seventh on the money list again in 1999 ...

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