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1952

Miss Suggs won her second Championship with a record-breaking 70-69-70-75284 at the Bala Golf Club, Philadelphia. As far as is known, her score was the lowest ever made by a woman over 72 holes in a major competition.

The Misses Marlene Bauer and Betty Jameson tied for second at 291. In the second round, Miss Marilyn Smith made a single-round record of 67, and Miss Bauer matched this in the third round.

The purse was $7,500. The course measured only 5,460 yards, and par was 69.

OPEN RECORDS

Starts - 29

Best Finish - Winner in 1949 & '52

Rds - 105

Cuts Made - 24

Top 3 - 10

Top 5 - 14

Top 10 - 19

Top 25 - 19

Avg. - 76.31

Scores In 60s - 3

Rds Under Par - 10

Earnings - $17,920.08
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