Patsy Hahn

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Patsy, a protégé of long-time Du Pont Country Club pro, Terl Johnson, won her first big championship at age 13, the Philadelphia Junior Championship in 1952, the same year she teamed with Johnson
and won the Lady/Pro Philadelphia section title. Patsy captained the boys golf team at A.I. Du Pont High School,  won the Delaware Junior Championship three times and was medallist in the
National Junior championship tourney. She captured the Delaware Women’s Title five times and later made it to the semi-finals of the National Amateur. In 1962 at age 23, Patsy turned to the
professional ranks. Patsy placed third as a pro in the Alpine Civitan event in 1962 and tied for sixth in the U.S. Open in 1964 before leaving the LPGA due to an injury. She was head pro at the Du
Pont Louviers course for more than 14 years. In 1985 she won the Northeast Sectional tournament, Teaching Division, on Cape Cod. 



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