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'BUT PAPA, I PLAYED LIKE A CLOD'
Mark Mulvoy
July 10, 1967
But what a clod was France's bouncy Catherine Lacoste, who stunned the LPGA stars by flying in from Paris and waltzing off with their biggest prize, the U.S. Women's Open, which no amateur had ever won
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July 10, 1967

'but Papa, I Played Like A Clod'

But what a clod was France's bouncy Catherine Lacoste, who stunned the LPGA stars by flying in from Paris and waltzing off with their biggest prize, the U.S. Women's Open, which no amateur had ever won

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"I don't believe it," said Maxwell to Lacoste, "but you did it."

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