5’4”,…Graduate of Barry College in Miami, FL with a B.A. in French and English…Studied at universities in France and Switzerland before joining the LPGA…Fluent in French, she has done television golf commentary for the Canadian CBC Network, as well as ABC and NBC in the United States…Held positions as translator (French), volleyball and golf coach and restaurant chef before her golf career…Credits Jim Hardy, John Elliott and Jim Colbert as individuals most influencing her career.
Duggan participated in only eight events in 1987 with a tie for 61st at the Rail Charity Classic representing her best finish of the season. The last time Duggan played a full schedule was 1984, when a tie for 24th was her best performance. After Duggan’s 1982 season, she worked on improving her golf swing, gained 25 yards on her tee shots and went on to produce her most successful year in 1983 by earning $14,667. She placed in the top-10 twice with her best finish of the season (T5) recorded at the United Virginia Bank Golf Classic. After struggling to retain her playing privileges in 1984, Duggan severely limited her playing schedule in 1985. She did not make her first tournament appearance until the week she tied for 47th at the Portland Ping Championship. She followed by tying for 26th at the Safeco Classic, her best finish of the season. She fired her career-low round of 67 during her first year on the Tour at the 1972 Corpus Christi Civitan Open, while her career-best finish, a second-place tie, came two years later at the 1974 Sacramento Classic.