Some articles on du maurier classic, classic, du maurier:
... Women's Open T11 1 T50 T7 du Maurier Classic DNP DNP 2 T17 Tournament 2000 ... Kraft Nabisco Championship T44 T23 CUT T12 2 T3 T15 ... Women's Open T26 T44 CUT T11 T12 T24 6 CUT T11 CUT T9 du Maurier Classic CUT T3 T20 DNP T38 CUT 1 T16 T22 73 ... Tournament 2007. 2008 ... British Open ^ T69 CUT WD ^ The Women's British Open replaced the du Maurier Classic as an LPGA major in 2001 ...
... known as La Canadienne it later became the Peter Jackson Classic (after a brand of Imperial Tobacco cigarettes) it was also called the du Maurier Classic (a reference to du Maurier cigarettes ... From 1988 to 2000 both Classique du Maurier Ltée and du Maurier Ltd Classic were official because of Canada's Official Languages Act. 1973 La Canadienne 1974–1983 Classique Peter Jackson Classic 1984–1987 Classique du Maurier Classic 1988–2000 Classique du Maurier Ltée, du Maurier Ltd Classic 2001–2002 Bank of Montreal ...
... Open British The Evian du Maurier Titleholders Western 1 Mrs ... Women's Open 46 ... Amy Alcott United States 1979 du Maurier Classic 47 ... Sally Little South Africa 1980 LPGA Championship 48 ... Pat Bradley United States 1980 du Maurier ... United States 1987 Nabisco Dinah Shore 57 ... Jody Anschutz United States 1987 du Maurier Classic 58 ... Laura Davies England 1987 U.S ...
... Women's Open CUT 1 T20 du Maurier Classic DNP CUT CUT Tournament 2000 ... Kraft Nabisco Championship CUT T30 T26 T40 T11 T32 T10 T16 T5 T58 72 LPGA ... Women's Open T54 T15 3 ... T21 T8 T14 3 T17 CUT du Maurier Classic 4 T19 T20 CUT 2 ... T6 2 T48 T34 CUT Tournament 2010 ... Kraft Nabisco Championship T18 2 T42 DNP ... DNP ^ The Women's British Open replaced the du Maurier Classic as an LPGA major in 2001 ...
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