Simone de la Chaume
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Simone Thion de la Chaume (24 November 1908 – 4 September 2001) was a French amateur golfer.
In 1924, she became the first foreign player to win the British Girls Amateur and in 1927 the first to win the British Ladies Amateur, then the most prestigious tournament in British and European ladies' golf and an event her daughter, Catherine Lacoste, would also win 42 years later.
While attending a Davis Cup match, Simone de la Chaume met the French tennis star René Lacoste. They married in 1929 and had three sons and a daughter. The Lacostes would go on to form the Lacoste company and build a sportswear empire.
Simone Lacoste died in Saint-Jean-de-Luz in 2001.