Sports News — U.S. Women’s Open
How did women get to compete in a man’s game?
LPGA U.S. Women’s Open Women's Golf History
Congratulations to A. L. Kim, from Korea, for winning the U.S. Women’s Open last weekend. She had a remarkable run of three straight birdies to end the final round and she earned the championship! Golf was traditionally a men’s sport for centuries. Originating in Scotland (UK), informal and undocumented games were played. It wasn’t until 1764 that the 18-hole game was official. There is a running joke on the golf course saying: Gentlemen Only, Ladies Forbidden. At hearing this I would chuckle, but I was curious if it was based on any truth. So, when and how did women enter...