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Georgia Golf Hall of Fame Member
Ceil Maclaurin was born in Fitzgerald, Ga., on October 26, 1925. She collected 75 tournament titles in her career, including the 1976 USGA Senior Women’s Championship. As an amateur, she won 13 Georgia State Championships, seven North-South Senior Championships, the Women’s Southern Golf Association Championship, the 1977 Women’s Southern Senior Championship, and the Canadian Senior Championship. Maclaurin won two Georgia Athletic Ladies Association Championships, and was runner-up four times in the USGA Senior Women’s Championship. She was also the low amateur in the 1963 LPGA Sea Island Invitational. Maclaurin served on the boards of the Georgia Women’s Golf Association and the Women’s Eastern Golf Association. Maclaurin was the first woman to be inducted into the Savannah Athletic Hall of Fame. Maclaurin passed away on January 25, 2010, at the age of 84.