Cross Country 144 Hole Weathervane

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The Cross Country 144 Hole Weathervane was a golf tournament on the LPGA Tour from 1950 to 1953.[1] The tournament consisted of four 36-hole legs played over several weeks. Each leg was also considered an official LPGA event.

Winners[edit]

1953

Tournament Winner Venue Location
Boca Raton Weathervane Beverly Hanson Boca Raton Hotel and Club Boca Raton, Florida
Phoenix Weathervane Patty Berg & Louise Suggs (tie) Phoenix, Arizona
San Francisco Weathervane Louise Suggs Presidio Club San Francisco, California
Philadelphia Weathervane Louise Suggs Whitemarsh Valley Country Club Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
144 Hole Weathervane Louise Suggs

1952

Tournament Winner Venue Location
Miami Weathervane Babe Zaharias Normandy Shores Country Club Miami Beach, Florida
Houston Weathervane Betsy Rawls Brae Burn Country Club Houston, Texas
Seattle Weathervane Betsy Rawls Broadmoor Golf Club Seattle, Washington
New York Weathervane Patty Berg Scarsdale Golf Club
Deepdale Country Club
Hartsdale, New York
Great Neck, New York
Cross Country 144 Hole Weathervane Betsy Rawls

1951

Tournament Winner Venue Location
Lakewood Weathervane Babe Zaharias Lakewood Country Club Dallas, Texas
Pebble Beach Weathervane Patty Berg Pebble Beach Country Club Pebble Beach, California
Meridian Hills Weathervane Babe Zaharias Meridian Hills Country Club Indianapolis, Indiana
New York Weathervane Patty Berg Knollwood Country Club White Plains, New York
144 Hole Weathervane Patty Berg[2] Scarsdale Golf Club
Deepdale Country Club
Hartsdale, New York
Great Neck, New York

1950

Tournament Winner Venue Location
Pebble Beach Weathervane Babe Zaharias Pebble Beach Country Club Pebble Beach, California
Chicago Weathervane Louise Suggs Sky Crest Country Club Chicago, Illinois
Cleveland Weathervane Babe Zaharias Ridgewood Country Club Cleveland, Ohio
New York Weathervane Louise Suggs Knollwood Country Club White Plains, New York
144 Hole Weathervane Babe Zaharias

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