2. Don’t worry! Emily Deschanel and Comedy Central’s Drunk History is about to give you a quick rundown.
5. Babe competed in the 1939 Men’s PGA Open, like a badass.
7. “Babe doesn’t give a [bleep].”
She quickly became the first famous female golfer, beloved by the public and fellow players.
12. Babe went on to dominate the LPGA, setting many records and winning tournaments. Even more badass? Before she turned her attention to golf, she won three medals for track and field from the 1932 Los Angeles Olympics.
And before her track and field fame? She dominated her High School basketball team and reached All-American stsatus. Needless to say, Babe was a force to be reckoned with.
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