29 Feb '16, 9pm

The talent, the attitude, the determination, the leadership ... the Babe.

The Babe. Two American athletes made that moniker famous. One was a gregarious slugger for the New York Yankees, a man ahead of his time when it came to smashing baseballs unforeseen distances at an unprecedented rate. The other Babe was a multi-sport athlete also ahead of her time with her ability to shape shots and control a golf ball. Fans of all ages admired George Herman “Babe” Ruth and Mildred “Babe” Didrikson Zaharias for their charisma as well as their raw talent, and clung to their successes during a tumultuous period in America’s history. Both athletes made an everlasting impact, but Zaharias had to clear extra hurdles: cancer and gender inequality. Zaharias’ story is an oft-told narrative of a woman who overcame a grim colon cancer diagnosis in 1954 at age 43 to go on to claim her third U.S. Women’s Open Championship title and 10th major victory – by a 12-stroke...

Full article: http://www.usga.org/articles/2016/02/leading-by-example--...

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