Week after weary week, these players pulled into towns, large and small, and popped up the LPGA Tent for all to see – doing whatever was necessary to spread the word about women’s professional golf. One year passed, then two and three. A few sponsors came and went. Babe died in 1956 leaving the Tour without one of its biggest stars. But that did not detour the mission. Before long, they were able to look back on a decade of women’s professional golf.
The LPGA Tour had survived, and thrived actually, and was looking forward to what progress could be made in the next 10 years.