Sport: Senior Golfers

Four maiden ladies and 71 wide-hipped matrons, who looked as though their lives revolved around lemon pies and peonies, gathered around the first tee of New York's Westchester Country Club last week, chattering like magpies and nervously fanning the air with their drivers. Stretched ahead of them were 36 holes of golf, a two-day tournament to determine the best U. S. lady golfer between the ages of 50 and 70. Those with handicaps of 14 or less competed in Class A, those handicapped at 15 to 25 in Class B, from 25 up in...

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