World Golf Hall-of-Famer Carol Mann has died. 38 times a winner on tour, succesful in business and broadcasting after her playing career, past LPGA president, Mann's life was lived in every shade of the golf spectrum, rich and bold. Interesting her death should come at the conclusion of the Byron Nelson: a tournament named for another broad-spirited great of the game we ought never forget.
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