Albers, Kristi
Alcott, Amy
Alfredsson, Helen
Ammaccapane, Danielle
Ammaccapane, Dina
Anderson, Janet
Andrews, Donna
Atsedes, Lori
Bartholomew, Jean
Baugh, Laura
Bemvenuti, Luciana
Benz, Amy
Berning, Susie
Berteotti, Missie
Blalock*, Jane
Bowen, Nanci
Bradley, Pat
Bryan, Mary
Caponi*, Donna
Carner, JoAnne
Coe-Jones, Dawn
Crafter, Jane
Crosby, Elaine
Cusimano, Dede
Daniel, Beth
Daugherty, Diane
Davies, Karen
Davies, Laura
DePaulo, Lisa
Dibos, Alicia
Dickinson*, Judy
Doolan, Wendy
Dormann, Dana
Drew, Heather
Eggeling, Dale
Ertl, Sue
Estill, Michelle
Figg-Currier, Cindy
Figueras-Dotti, Marta
Finney, Allison
Fruwirth, Amy
Gallagher-Smith, Jackie
Geddes, Jane
Gibson, Ellie
Gibson, Janice
Graham, Gail
Grimes, Lisa
Hamlin, Shelley
Harvey, Nancy
Hayes, Patty
Haynie, Sandra
Imrie, Kathryn
Iverson, Becky
Johnson, Christa
Johnson, Trish
Johnston-Forbes, Cathy
Jones, Marjorie
Jones, Rosie
Kane, Lorie
Kean, Laurel
Killeen, Denise
King, Betsy
Kohlhaas, Jeannette
Lidback, Jenny
Little, Sally
Lopez, Nancy
Lovander, Marilyn
Mallon, Meg
Mann, Carol
Massey, Debbie
Miller, Alice
Miller, Cindy
Moxness, Barb
Mucha, Barb
Myers, Terry-Jo
Nause, Martha
Neumann, Liselotte
Nicholas, Alison
Nilsmark, Catrin
Nilsson, Pia
Nomura, Mieko
Palli, Anne Marie
Palmer*, Sandra
Panton Lewis, Catherine
Parker-Manzo, Kristal
Piers, Julie
Pitcock, Joan
Rarick, Cindy
Read, Amy
Redman, Michele
Redman, Susie
Rinker, Laurie
Rizzo, Patti
Rowland, Liz
Scherbak, Barb
Schreyer, Cindy
Scranton, Nancy
Sevil, Jenny
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Sheehan, Patty
Skinner, Val
Stacy, Hollis
Steinhauer, Sherri
Stephenson, Jan
Tombs, Tina
Tschetter, Kris
Turner, Sherri
Walker, Colleen
West, Lori
Whitworth, Kathy
Will, Maggie
Wyatt, Jennifer
Young-Robyn, Kathryn
 

 

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Laura Baugh
Residence: Orlando, FL
Birth Date: 5/31/55
Birth Place: Gainesville, FL
LPGA Rookie: 1973
Years in LPGA: 24
Holes-in-One: 1

LEGENDS SEASON OVERVIEW

EVENTS: 0 WINS: 0
TOP TENS: 0 EARNINGS: $0.00

LEGENDS CAREER OVERVIEW

EVENTS: 8 WINS: 0
TOP TENS: 1 OFFICIAL MONEY*: $62,237.00
    UNOFFICIAL MONEY: $0.00
  *Official Money applies to Legends Tour career rankings.
Laura finished 2nd in 10 LPGA events on the Tour. She was the LPGA Rookie of the Year in 1973. Credits her family as having the most influence on her career. Was named Golf Digest’s 1972 Most Beautiful Golfer and 1971 Los Angeles Times Woman of the Year. Gave birth to daughter Chelsea on July 23, 1982, son Eric James on June 12, 1988, daughter Haley on April 28, 1990, son Robert on March 13, 1992, son Michael John in Nov. 1993, daughter Evita Beau on April 4, 1995, and daughter Jamie Lee on Aug. 27, 1997. Began working as a television announcer in 2000.

Q: What clubs do you play?
A: Callaway woods and irons, Vokey wedges and a Callaway putter. Just started using the new Callaway ball.

Q: What's the best part of your game?
A: Have always been fairly long and accurate off the tee. My long irons are the best part of my game - I still have a 3-iron in my bag, which is now a rarity. I used to play 1 and 2-irons all the time.

Q: How often do you practice?
A: When preparing for a tournament, I practice five days a week and always spend the weekends with the kids (Laura has seven children - ages 18, 13, 11, 9, 7, 6 and 3, four girls and three boys). Usually I play two to three times a week. If I'm not getting ready for an event, I'll practice three times a week.

Q: How did you feel when you won your first professional tournament?
A: I've never won on the LPGA Tour - I've placed 2nd 10 times! But I have won a number of professional events; my first was a mini tour event, and I held a 6 shot lead going into the final hole. There were a few ladies from the LPGA Tour there following me and being very supportive - it was a lot of fun.

Q: What do you like most about the Women's Senior Golf Tour?
A: I admire the way the women on the WSGT conduct themselves - how they interact with the gallery and really involve people. They are having fun. They have enthusiasm, and this explains why events like the one in Green Bay (Great Lakes Classic) are so well-attended. The fans love it, and the players appreciate the opportunity to continue to compete, to show their love for the game of golf. It's more than a game, and these players know that - it's developing friendships and memories for life. It's great to be part of that.
 

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