Lock, Jane Melinda (1954—)
Lock, Jane Melinda (1954—)
Australian golfer. Born in Sydney, Australia, in 1954: received the MBE in 1974.
Born in 1954 in Sydney, Australia, but raised in Melbourne, Jane Lock took up golf at the age of 16 and, within a year, was playing with a single-figure handicap. While still a teenager, she won three successive Australian junior championships and, in 1975, won both the Australian junior and senior championships. She subsequently won three Australian championships and represented her country in 30 competitions, setting course records six times. In 1978, she won the Espinrito Santo World Amateur Golf championship for Australia for the first time. Lock turned professional in 1980 and went on to play on the American circuit. She returned to Australia in 1986, after fracturing her arm at the Glendale Open.
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