Mallon on Hand for Many Great Feats


Meg Mallon was a playing partner of Annika Sorenstam's last week when Sorenstam shot 59. But then, that just reinforces several of Mallon's days when she was present for other noted feats.
She was paired with Se Ri Pak when Pak shot what was then the lowest score in LPGA history, a 61 in the Jamie Farr Kroger Classic in 1998. She was paired with Dottie Pepper when Pepper shot the lowest 72-hole in relation to par in a major championship, the 1999 Nabisco Championship. She was at Juli Inkster's side when Inkster completed the grand slam with her win at the LPGA Championship. And she was paired with Karrie Webb when Webb earned enough points to qualify for the LPGA Hall of Fame with a win in the U.S. Women's Open.
'I've been a part of the best generation of golfers that has ever played,' said Mallon. 'I've seen a lot of great things, and I've been able to be a part of a lot of firsts for our Tour.'
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