Dawn Coe-Jones

Canada

5'7"

1984

$3,315,477.00

Lamar University (1983, Elementary Education)

Race to CME Globe

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Rolex Ranking™

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Dawn Coe-Jones Bio

5’7”...Began playing golf at the age of 12...Credits her family and her husband as the individuals most influencing her career...Married Jimmy Jones on Nov. 14,1992...Competed as Dawn Coe from 1984-92...Gave birth to her son, James Richard, in 1995…Sponsors a junior golf tournament at her home club, March Meadows, in Honeymoon Bay, B.C...Inducted into the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame on July 7, 2003...Lists going to Tampa Bay Lightning hockey games with her husband and son and going to her son’s hockey and baseball games as her interests...Qualified for the Tour on her first attempt.

Career

  • In 2008, announced it would be her last official season on the LPGA Tour.
  • In 2006, tied for 24th at the Fields Open in Hawaii for her best finish of the season.
  • In 2005, recorded her best finish at the Longs Drugs Challenge, where she tied for 17th; representing Canada with Lorie Kane, tied for sixth at the inaugural Women’s World Cup of Golf, an unofficial LPGA event.
  • In 2004, recorded her best finish at the BMO Financial Group Canadian Women’s Open, where she tied for fifth; crossed the $3 million mark in career earnings at the Michelob ULTRA Open at Kingsmill.
  • In 2003, best finish was a tie for 14th at the Wachovia LPGA Classic hosted by Betsy King.
  • In 2002, best finish was a tie for 10th at the Asahi Ryokuken International Championship at Mount Vintage.
  • In 2001, tied for sixth at the season-opening YourLife Vitamins LPGA Classic.
  • In 2000, best finish was a tie for sixth at the Philips Invitational Honoring Harvey Penick, where she recorded her second LPGA career hole-in-one during the second round.
  • In 1999, best finish was fourth place at the du Maurier Classic.
  • In 1998, recorded best finish at the du Maurier Classic with a tie for fourth; posted a career-low 63 during the final round of the SAFECO Classic.
  • In 1997, best finish was a tie for fifth at the Safeway LPGA Golf Championship; crossed the $2 million mark in career earnings at the McDonald’s LPGA Championship.
  • In 1996, best finish was a tie for third at the CoreStates Betsy King Classic.
  • In 1995, captured her third LPGA title at the Chrysler-Plymouth Tournament of Champions; competed in just 16 events due to the birth of her son James Richard.
  • In 1994, captured her second LPGA title at the HEALTHSOUTH Palm Beach Classic; finished second at the Rochester International; recorded her first LPGA career hole-in-one during the du Maurier Ltd. Classic.
  • In 1993, tied for second at the Standard Register PING and placed third at the du Maurier Ltd. Classic; recorded her second career double-eagle during the first round of the Sara Lee Classic; is one of only two LPGA players with two career double eagles (with Sherri Turner).
  • In 1992, became a Rolex First-Time Winner at the Women’s Kemper Open; crossed the $1 million mark in career earnings with a fifth-place finish at the U.S. Women’s Open; narrowly missed out on her second victory of the season at the Oldsmobile Classic, losing in a sudden-death playoff to Colleen Walker; carded her first career double-eagle during the first round of the du Maurier Classic.
  • In 1991, best finish was a third place at the Women’s Kemper Open.
  • In 1990, recorded seven top-10 finishes, including a tie for second at the Sara Lee Classic.• In 1989, top finish was a tie for second at the Cellular One-PING LPGA Golf Championship.
  • In 1988, season-best finish was a tie for seventh at the Nabisco Dinah Shore.
  • In 1987, tied for third at the MasterCard International.
  • In 1986, tied for fourth at the Chrysler-Plymouth Classic.
  • In 1985, posted her season-best finish at the Sarasota Classic, where she finished ninth.
  • In 1984, best finish of her rookie season was a tie for 12th at the MasterCard International Pro-Am.
  • In 1983, originally qualified for the LPGA Tour at the October LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament, where she finished fifth.

    Amateur
    Coe-Jones was the 1978-79 British Columbia Junior champion. She was the British Columbia Amateur champion from 1982-83, as well as the 1983 Canadian Amateur champion. While at Lamar University, she won the 1982 Dick McGuire Invitational and Husky Invitational and was a 1983 First-Team All-American.

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