Donna Andrews

United States

5'8"

1990

$3,613,684.00

University of North Carolina (1989 Business Administration)

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Donna Andrews Bio

5’8”...Credits her father, family, Davis Love Jr. and Jack Lumpkin as the individuals most influencing her career...Named 1993 Most Improved Player by Golf Digest...Member of the LPGA Player Executive Committee from July 2001-04, serving as president for the 2003-04 seasons...Inducted into the University of North Carolina Order of Merit in 2003...Inducted into the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame in 2005…Married James Tepatti in July 2005…Gave birth to son Connor James Tepatti in 2006…Began teaching at Pine Needles Resort in 2003…Enjoys spending time at home with her dogs and horses.

Career

  • In 2007, captained the 2007 U.S. PING Junior Solheim Cup Team in Bastad, Sweden.
  • In 2006, did not compete due to the birth of her first child, Connor James Tepatti; named captain of the U.S. Team for the 2007 PING Junior Solheim Cup.
  • In 2004, despite being hampered by a nagging shoulder injury, recorded four top-10 finishes, including a tie for eighth at the Safeway International Presented by Coca-Cola.
  • In 2003, best finish was a tie for seventh at the BMO Financial Group Canadian Women’s Open.
  • In 2002, best finish was fourth place at the Aerus Electrolux USA Championship Hosted by Vince Gill and Amy Grant.
  • In 2001, recorded her best finish at the Williams Championship, where she tied for second and carded her career-low 62 during the second round; crossed the $3 million mark in career earnings after a tie for 16th at the Asahi Ryokuken International Championship at Mount Vintage; led the Tour in driving accuracy (85.3%).
  • In 2000, posted three top-20 finishes, including a season-best tie for 11th at the New Albany Golf Classic.
  • In 1999, best finish was sixth place at the Oldsmobile Classic; suffered an injury to her shoulder when she fell from a horse in June; returned to competition in August.
  • In 1998, captured the Longs Drugs Challenge title for her sixth career victory and was a runner-up four consecutive times: tied for second at the Sara Lee Classic and McDonald’s LPGA Championship and finished second at the Michelob Light Classic and Oldsmobile Classic; lost the Sara Lee Classic to Barb Mucha and the Michelob Light Classic to Annika Sorenstam, both on the second holes of sudden-death playoffs; crossed the $2 million mark in career earnings following the Sara Lee Classic; was a member of the victorious U.S. Solheim Cup Team.
  • In 1997, recorded the fifth win of her career at the Welch’s/Circle K Championship.
  • In 1996, posted five top-10 finishes, including a fifth-place finish at the Oldsmobile Classic.
  • In 1995, tied for 20th at the Star Bank LPGA Classic in conjunction with The Children’s Medical Center; recorded her first LPGA career hole-in-one during the first round of the du Maurier Classic.
  • In 1994, won the PING/Welch’s Championship, ShopRite LPGA Classic and Nabisco Dinah Shore, her first major championship victory; was a member of the victorious U.S. Solheim Cup Team.
  • In 1993, became a Rolex First-Time Winner at the PING-Cellular One LPGA Golf Championship.
  • In 1992, best finish was second place at the Crestar-Farm Fresh Classic; tied for second at the Phar-Mor in Youngstown, where she lost on the first hole of a four-way, sudden-death playoff to Betsy King.
  • In 1991, posted two top-10 finishes, including a tie for fourth at the MBS LPGA Classic.
  • In 1990, finished fifth at the Rail Charity Golf Classic and second in the LPGA Rookie of the Year race.
  • In 1989, tied for 36th at the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament to earn non-exempt status for the 1990 LPGA season.

    Amateur
    Andrews was a successful junior and amateur golfer in the state of Virginia. She won the 1983-84 Virginia State Junior Championships and was a five-time winner of the Virginia Women’s State Amateur Championship (1985-89). She was the North- South Women’s Amateur Championship winner in 1984 and 1988 and was runner-up in 1989. As a collegiate player for the University of North Carolina, Andrews won the 1989 Furman University Invitational and was a Second-Team All-American that same year.

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