Paula was born in South Africa and moved to the United States with her family in 2005. She played field hockey and ran track in South Africa, but after being introduced to golf in Florida she quickly gave up all other sports and focused on golf. Paula earn a full scholarship to Purdue University earning several accolades including NCAA Championship Team member in 2010, and in her senior year making First Team All American with her 3rd place individual finish at the NCAA Championships. Paula added a few more top 10’s a top 20 in a Major and represented South Africa in the Rio Olympic games finishing 16th.
Born October 14, 1987 Jacqui was raised in Smithtown, Long Island now she resides in a Orlando, FL. She started playing golf when she has 12 years old thanks to her grandfather who is the most influenced person is her career.
She played collegiate golf at Vanderbilt University and she was in the First Team All-SEC selection in 2006 and First Team All-American in 2007 and now she is a 7 year tour veteran.
In 2017 she had the most successful season of her career with three top 10 finishes.
Debbie is native of the New Brunswick. She is the first woman in Canada to occupy professional's post titular of one 36 holes in 1997.
She is a professional golfer since 1993 and she is certified a trainer level 2 of the national program of certification of the trainers ( PNCE ).
She was for three years a trainer of Golf Quebec and five years trainer for sports-studies with the Association of the professional golfers of Quebec.
She has summer 13 times named in “top 10 “ of the best golfers in Canada and she was a member of the Canadian team during seven years and members of the team from Quebec on 14 occasions. She participated in the championship of Canada, Great Britain, Mexico and many other countries.
Born in Plantation, Florida, Marissa graduated in 2018 from Clemson University with an array of awards including the Anna Calhoun Clemson Sportsmanship Award in both her freshman and sophomore years.
She been a contender in the Dixie Women’s Amateur Invitational every year since entering in 2012 at the age of 16.
Marissa finished second in the 2019 Ione D Jones-Doherty Amateur event and she is well on her way towards professional golf.
From a town just outside Montreal, Quebec, this Saint-Hyacinthe amateur golfer started golfing at age 13 and has since recorded a career low score of 67 (-5) and a hole in one.
2 time recipient of the Quebec Junior Girl Athlete of the Year (2012 & 2013) and best career finish of T2 in the 2018 Hurricane Invitational.
Valerie graduated from the University of Oklahoma and she is currently pursuing her LPGA tour card with a competitive advantage as a recipient of the DCM Power Up Bursary to help propel her to professional status.