Golfers Pay Tribute To LPGA Legend Louise Suggs

Louise Suggs a legendary golfer in her own right and one of the founders of the LPGA, sadly passed away on August 7th aged 91. 

Recently some of the best women golfers on the planet took the time to pay tribute to one of the greats who came before them.

 

Louise Suggs

 

Suggs gave a huge amount to the female golfing world, winning 61 tour events, serving as LPGA president three times and no doubt inspiring many women to join the sport.

Players such Lydia Ko and Stacy Lewis expressed their gratitude for all Suggs had done for the sport, Ko said that:

“Not only what she’s done for the LPGA but for the women’s game is huge, we are so fortunate that we had those founders to make the LPGA what it is.”

 

COURTESY: LPGA - Louise Suggs, one of the greatest women's golfers of all-time and a driving force behind the LPGA Tour, died Aug. 7 at age 91.

 

Sandra Gal remembered the founder’s legendary spirit. “She was just uncompromisingly herself, it really seemed like she didn’t care what people thought about her and I thought that was a really good quality in someone who was a leader all her life and probably pushed their innovative ideas.”

Suggs will always be remembered as one of the greats who has carried the women’s game to what it is today.