Class of 1999

 Amy Alcott

Amy Alcott

Amy Alcott had waited to join the World Golf Hall of Fame for a long time. She had been on the cusp of entering the Hall since she captured her third Dinah Shore Classic in 1991 and plunged into the pond alongside the 18th green to celebrate the occasion. It was one of the shining …

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 Seve Ballesteros

Seve Ballesteros

No golfer has epitomized the spirit of European golf like Severiano Ballesteros. The native of Spain did for European golf what Arnold Palmer did for golf in America. Since turning professional in 1975, golf’s ultimate competitor has truly represented golf’s global appeal by spearheading Europe’s rise to Ryder Cup glory. Ballesteros played on a rare …

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 Lloyd Mangrum

Lloyd Mangrum

Lloyd Mangrum, movie star handsome with a pencil-thin mustache, was one of golf’s toughest competitors. A top player in the 1940s and 1950s, Mangrum was mentioned on the required 75 percent of the PGA TOUR ballots in 1998, during a year when no other player received more than 66 percent of the vote on the …

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