Betsy Rawls was a prominent American professional golfer who enjoyed a highly successful career. She won eight major championships, including four U.S. Women’s Open titles, and had 55 LPGA victories. Rawls was named LPGA Player of the Year in 1959 and 1969 and was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 1976. Before her professional career, she won the National Collegiate Women’s Golf Championship twice while attending the University of Texas.
Betsy Rawls Cause Of Death
Betsy’s cause of death is yet to be announced though she passed away yesterday. As we wait for her family’s update, it is possible that she passed away peacefully as she was far advanced in age, dying at 95 years.
Betsy did not identify with the LGBTQ community. She identified as a straight person and was married to Geroge of whom much is not known.
The children of the late Betsy Rawls are not known.
Betsy had a very successful golf career before finally retiring. Her exact estimated net worth is not yet known but she is believed to have between $1 million – $5 million.
Betsy was known to suffer from diabetes in her late years and might be the cause of her death but her family has not revealed it yet.