Dana Dormann

United States

5'9"

1991

$1,451,442.00

San Jose State University (1988, Business Administration)

Race to CME Globe

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Rolex Ranking™

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Dana Dormann Bio

Credits her family, Chuck Green, Gary Plato, Lou Rada, Mark Gale, Larry O’Leary and Mike McGetrick as the individuals most influencing her career…Made the University Dean’s List while attending San Jose State...Named 1988 Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year...Married John Dormann in June 1990...Maiden name is Lofland...Played under the name of Lofland from 1991-92 and Lofland-Dormann in 1993…Son William was born on March 11, 1995…Son Jason was born June 21, 2001.

Career Highlights

  • In 2000, best finish of the season was a tie for seventh at the LPGA Takefuji Classic.
  • In 1999, tied for 21st at both the Longs Drugs Challenge and the Jamie Farr Kroger Classic; posted her first LPGA career hole-in-one during the second round of the Chick-fil-A Charity Championship.
  • In 1998, best finish was a second place at the Cup Noodles Hawaiian Ladies Open, where she lost to Wendy Ward in a playoff.
  • In 1997, season-best finish was a tie for fifth at the Friendly’s Classic.
  • In 1996, best finish was a tie for eighth at both the Oldsmobile Classic and the du Maurier Classic, one of the Tour’s four majors.
  • In 1995, tied for 18th at the du Maurier Ltd. Classic, one of the LPGA’s four major championships; competed in just 17 events due to early-season maternity leave; her son William was born on March 11.
  • In 1994, best finish was a tie for seventh at the Chrysler-Plymouth Tournament of Champions.
  • In 1993, posted a career-low round with a 63 during the first round of the McCall’s LPGA Classic at Stratton Mountain and went on to win the event, her second career title.
  • In 1992, became a Rolex First-Time Winner by capturing the Las Vegas LPGA International title.
  • In 1991, finished second in her first LPGA event, the Oldsmobile LPGA Classic.
  • Prior to joining the LPGA Tour, competed on the Women Professional Golfers’ European Tour (WPGET).

    Amateur
    Dormann was named the top junior golfer by GOLF Magazine in 1985. That same year, she won the U.S. Junior Girls and the Optimist Junior World titles and also finished second at the PGA National Junior. She played on the San Jose State University golf team, where she was a three-time All-American from 1986-88. She was a member of the 1987 NCAA Championship team.

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