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Mallon, Meg (1963–)

Mallon, Meg (1963–)

American golfer. Born April 14, 1963, in Natick, MA; attended Ohio State University.

Joined tour (1987); won US Women's Open and LPGA championship (1991); won PING/Welch's championship (1993); won Sara Lee Classic (1993, 1996, 1999); won Cup Noodles Hawaiian Ladies Open (1996); won Star Bank LPGA Classic (1998); won Subaru Memorial (1999); won Wegmans Rochester International and du Maurier Classic (2000); crossed the $5 million mark in career earnings (2000); won Bank of Montreal Canadian Women's Open (2002); again won US Women's Open and LPGA championship (2004), with the greatest final round by a winner in 59-year history of the Open (6-under 65). Inducted into Ohio State Athletic Hall of Fame (1996).

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