"Marion Hollins was born into a world and a time when women knew their place. It was a notion she rejected throughout her tradition-shattering career. David Outerbridge tells the tale of an extraordinary woman who is perhaps the sportswoman of the century. Yet, although she filled the newspapers and magazines of her day, her record of amazing accomplishments is not well known today. Marion Hollins was the United States Womens Amateur Golf Champion, won the Metropolitan Golf Championship three times, the Long Island Championship twice, and the Pebble Beach Championship an unequalled eight times. She was captain of the first U.S. Curtis Cup team, and led it to a strategic upset victory over Joyce Wethereds British team. She helped Babe Didrickson and other champions with their nascent games. You will receive a high quality print on heavy-duty brilliant photo paper."