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Mansbridge One on One: Lorie Kane

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After securing three titles, P.E.I. native Lorie Kane has finally proven herself as one of the world's golfing greats. In this 2001 interview with Peter Mansbridge, she looks back at her long, hard fight to the top, and how she learned to accept her success. "I'm quite comfortable with me," she explains. The champion player also describes the exhausting, less glamorous side of touring and reveals why her Maritime roots keep her grounded when she's far from home. 

Medium: Television
Program: Mansbridge One on One
Broadcast Date: May 3, 2003
Guest(s): Lorie Kane
Interviewer: Peter Mansbridge
Duration: 21:45

Did You know?


• Born on Dec. 19, 1964 in Charlottetown, Judith Lorie Kane is known as Ms. Canada in the golfing world.

• She clinched her first title in 2000 after winning the Michelob Light Classic. That same year she also won the New Albany Golf Classic and the Mizuno Classic.

• In 2001, Kane was victorious at the LGPA Takefuji Classic and tied for seventh place at the U.S. Women's Open.

• A member of the Order of Canada since 2006, Kane resides in Orlando, Fla. and returns to Charlottetown annually to host the Lorie Kane Charity Golf Classic. 

 


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