Marion Hollins is the latest inductee for the World Golf Hall of Fame. She was a visionary in golf course architecture. She financed and developed a club only for women in New York in the early 1920s. And she was the brains behind Cypress Point Club and Pasatiempo in California. Hollins was elected through the contributor category. Hollins died in 1944 when she was 51. Juli Inkster grew at Pasatiempo and says the election of Hollins was a long time coming. The induction is in 2021. She joins a class that so far includes Tiger Woods.

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