Heather Farr Player Award

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The Heather Farr Player Award is an award given each year since 1994 by the LPGA Tour to an LPGA golfer "who, through her hard work, dedication and love of the game of golf, has demonstrated determination, perseverance and spirit in fulfilling her goals as a player."[1]

It was established in the memory of Heather Farr, an LPGA player who died of breast cancer at the age of 28 in 1993.



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