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||Furman University (1979)
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||*Official Money applies to Legends Tour career rankings.
ISPS Handa Cup Team USA 207-2014
Member of the 1976 National Championship Team. Winner of 3 tournaments while at Furman and named 1st team All-American (1979). Joined the LPGA 1984 beginning 25th Year on Tour. Winner of 3 LPGA Tournaments including one Major-1988 LPGA Championship. Ranked #1 on 1998 Season Ending Money List. Voted by Golf Illustrated, Golf World, Golf Magazine, and the Golf Writers Association of America 1988 Player of the Year.
Member of the Furman University Hall of Fame, Nutrasweet Hall of Fame and South Carolina Hall of Fame. Served on the LPGA Executive Committee 1997-1999. 1997 William and Mousie Powell Award Winner- recognizes an LPGA player who, in the opinion of her playing peers, through her behavior and deeds best exemplifies the spirit, ideals and values of the LPGA.
Other highlights: 7 career Holes in One, 2 double eagles-Tied with Dawn Coe-Jones as only LPGA players to have 2 double eagles, 2nd Place-1999 US Women's Open, 4th Place-2001 US Women's Open, Career Low Score-63, Eldest Player currently competing on LPGA Tour.
In The Bag: Callaway Fusion Driver, Sonartec 3 Wood, Cleveland 7 Wood, Nickent 4 Hybrid, Callaway Irons 5-PW, Nickent 46, 52, 57 Wedges
Ascerta Long Putter.
Q: What's the best part of your game?
A: I would have to say that my ball striking is the strongest part of my game.
Q: How often do you practice?
A: I work hard when I am on the road competing but use my weeks and time off exactly as that - time off, except for maybe a Friday game with friends during a week off.
Q: How did you feel when you won your first LPGA tournament?
A: When I won my first tournament, I felt relieved because I had been knocking on the door for several weeks leading up to it and then funny enough, I won the very next week as well!
Q: What do you like most about The Legends Tour?
A: What I like most about the senior tour is the camaraderie, it reminds me of how the LPGA was 15 years ago and that is the most pleasant thing of all.