Born:April 12, 1967 in Lynchburg, Virginia.
Occupation:Professional golfer and teaching professional.
MAJORS (1): Nabisco Dinah Shore (1994). Solheim Cup player (1994, '98). LPGA Tour wins (6).
After the completion of her successful LPGA Tour career, Andrews became a golf instructor at Pine Needles Resort in Pinehurst, and also the co-owener of a real estate business.
Played as the Longs Drugs Challenge (April 2-5). Second-placed Carin Koch (Swe) finished 1 shot behind Andrews (USA), who recorded the last of her six LPGA Tour wins. [Twelve Bridges GC, Lincoln, nr Sacremento, CA; now known as Catta Verdera CC].
Played as the Welch's/Circle K Championship (March 13-16). Second-placed Tina Barrett (USA) finished 1 shot behind Andrews (USA), who recorded her fifth LPGA Tour win. [North course, Randolph GC, Tucson, AZ].
Played as the JCPenney Classic (Dec 5-8; two-person team event; one PGA Tr, one LPGA Tr). Second-placed teams of Joel Edwards (USA) & Missie McGeorge (USA) and Tiger Woods (USA) & Kelli Kuehne (USA) finished 1 shot behind winners Mike Hulbert (USA) & Donna Andrews (USA). Reduced to 54 holes due to bad weather. [Copperhead course, Innisbrook Resort, Palm Harbor, nr Tampa, FL].
Played as the Nabisco Dinah Shore (23rd) (March 24-27). Second-placed Laura Davies (Eng) finished 1 shot behind Andrews (USA), who recorded her first and only major championship win. [Dinah Shore Tournament course, Mission Hills CC, Rancho Mirage, CA].
Played as the PING/Welch's Championship. Second-placed Brandie Burton (USA) and Judy Dickinson (USA) finished 3 shots behind Andrews (USA). [North course, Randolph GC, Tucson, AZ].
Played as the ShopRite LPGA Classic (June 24-26). Second-placed Michelle Estill (USA) finished 2 shots behind Donna Andrews (USA). [Greate Bay CC, Somers Point, NJ].
Played as the PING-Cellular One LPGA Golf Championship (Sept 10-12). Second-placed Missie McGeorge (USA) and Tina Barrett (USA) finished 1 shot behind 26-year-old Donna Andrews (USA), who recorded her first LPGA Tour win. [Columbia Edgewater CC, Portland, Oregon].
Chevron Championship: the first women’s major championship of 2023 is played for the first time in Texas, having been uprooted from its home of 51 years at the Mission Hills Country Club, Rancho Mirage, California.
Italian Open: the 80th playing of this prestigious European event will see many 2023 Ryder Cup hopefuls build their “local knowledge” of the Marco Simone course in Rome. (May 4-7). Ryder Cup (Sept 29-Oct 1).
Jon Rahm: dedicated his emphatic Masters Tournament win to the late Seve Ballesteros. “Rahmbo’s” victory came on the day his fellow countryman and golfing inspiration would have turned 66 years of age.
Steve Stricker: four-time senior major championship winner, chases a fifth title as he defends at the 34th Regions Tradition (May 11-14), the first senior major of 2023.
Marco Simone Golf & Country Club: With a clubhouse that might befit a Roman Emperor, and a golf course to match, you can be sure of a memorable outing at Rome's most talked about golf facility.
Jim Fazio's original layout was much changed to create a modern Ryder Cup course ... now one of the Eternal City's (and Italy's) most revered.
Costa’s "Cruise & Golf" allows golfers and their families to combine a unique golfing experience with the relaxation and fun of a cruise on board Costa Smeralda. Golf enthusiasts are offered a choice from 23 top-quality golf clubs; their chosen courses are played during the ship’s port calls in Italy, France and Spain. While the golfers are driving the fairways, accompanying non-golfers are able to enjoy the amenities and activities on-board, or explore wonderful places on day excursions organised by Costa. Read more ...
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