Before the war in the late 1930s, my grandfather was an amateur-turned-professional golfer in San Francisco. It seemed only natural when my father started me swinging a golf club around the age of 10. At the time, golf was not the sport it is today, especially for the younger age group. That I was a girl playing a sport dominated by older men did not bother me at all.

I felt equally at ease when I chose a profession historically populated by men. I am happy to report many things have changed in both the golf and the legal world since then, and I have a place in both areas in the 21st century.

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