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Comment from: Beverly Williams [Visitor]
As a LPGA golf professional, I was personally lucky to meet Ms. Berg several times in her later years. Her wonderful zest for life and her not stop joke cracking was inspirational. As a golf instructor, however, it is amazing how many new students, most older women, show up with a set of Patty Berg golf clubs from the 1950s-60s. When asked, they tell me they got them at a garage sale and are quite proud of them because Patty Berg was one of the few women golfers that they knew by name. Of course, it doesn't matter if the shafts are short, stiff and heads have a little rust, Patty Berg is still getting people to pick up clubs and try their hand at golf.

Thank you, Ms. Berg. You will be missed.
09/13/06 @ 13:13
Most people, when they criticize, whether they like it or hate it, they're talking about product. That's not art, that's the result of art. Art, to whatever degree we can get a handle on (I'm not sure that we really can) is a process. It begins in the heart and the mind with the eyes and hands.
11/25/10 @ 06:53
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11/25/10 @ 23:11

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