5’10”...Started playing golf at the age of 10…Credits her family and Ray Gafford as the individuals having most influenced her career…Gave birth to son Sam on Feb. 17, 1999…Enjoys yoga and reading...Plays out of Nevillewood Golf Club in Pittsburgh, Pa...Qualified for the Tour on her first attempt.
In 1999, missed the first half of the season due to the birth of her first child, son Samuel, on Feb. 17.
In 1998, best finish came at the Friendly’s Classic, where she finished tied for 19th.
In 1997, placed 13th at the Sprint Titleholders Championship for her best finish of the season.
In 1996, tied for 19th at the PING Welch’s Championship in Boston for her best finish of the season.
In 1995, top finish was a tie for fourth at the Weetabix Women’s British Open; crossed the $1 million milestone in career earnings.
In 1994, tied for fifth at the Lady Keystone Open.
In 1993, became one of nine Rolex First-Time Winners by defeating Dottie Mochrie on the fifth extra hole at the PING Welch’s Championship in Boston; tied her career-low score of 65 during the final round of the Atlanta Women’s Championship.
In 1992, twice tied for second: the Itoki Hawaiian Ladies Open and the Las Vegas LPGA International.
In 1991, originally posted her career-low round of 65 in the third round of the Women’s Kemper Open; top finish of the season was a tie for third at the PING-Cellular One LPGA Golf Championship.
In 1990, recorded her first career hole-in-one during the Lady Keystone Open and made another ace during the McDonald’s Championship; tied for fourth at the Orix Hawaiian Ladies Open for her season-best finish.
In 1989, tied for third at the Mitsubishi Motors Ocean State Open.
In 1988, top finish of the season was a tie for fifth at the Crestar Classic.
In 1987, finished third at the SAFECO Classic.
In 1986, her rookie season, recorded ties for fifth place at the Mazda Hall of Fame Championship and the MasterCard International.
Berteotti won back-to-back Pennsylvania State Championships from 1980-81. She attended the University of Miami and had a successful collegiate career, highlighted by medalist honors at the 1984 NCAA Championship. She also made it to the quarterfinals of the 1984 U.S. Women’s Amateur Championship.