5’11”, brown hair, hazel eyes…Graduated Summa Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa from San Diego State in 1977 with a B.A. in English…Was women’s golf coach at Long Beach State in 1977 and 1978...Individuals influencing her career include her parents, Bill Nary, DeDe Owens, Jim Hardy, and Bill Rufing…Enjoys tennis, biking, and jazz.
Barrow played in 12 events during 1987, with a tie for 49th at the GNA/Glendale Federal Classic her season-best finish. On September 1, 1987, Barrow joined the staff of the San Diego Inamori Classic as a marketing and sales coordinator. Barrow’s most successful on the Tour was 1980 when, en route to her only Tour victory, the Birmingham Classic, she carded her career-low round of 67. She posted over $46,000 in season earnings and finished 26th on the money list. Barrow had another successful season in ‘82 collecting nearly $35,000 and ranking 43rd on the money list.
An outstanding amateur and collegiate career began at the age of 17 when Barrow won the San Diego Junior Golfer-of-the-Year title in 1972 and was a semi-finalist in the USGA Junior Girls Championship. At San Diego State, she won the National Collegiate (AIAW) title in 1975, and finished second in both 1976 and ‘77. A former Trans-National Amateur champion, Barrow also was a member of the 1976 Curtis Cup team.