Marlene Floyd

United States




Fayetteville Business College

Race to CME Globe


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Marlene Floyd Bio

5'3"...Lists her father, L.B., and Johnny Revolta as the teachers who influenced her career...Her brother, Ray, is a member of the PGA Tour...Attended Fayetteville Business College...Appeared as Guenevere from the Broadway musical Camelot in the 1985 edition of Fairway magazine...Enjoys tennis, skiing, home decorating and her two dogs...Does commentary for NBC during televised golf events...Conducts numerous "Marlene Floyd's For Women Only Golf School" during the spring and fall...Qualified for the LPGA Tour on her first attempt.

Career Highlights

  • Joined the Tour in 1976.
  • Had her most successful season in 1981 when she earned $50,190.
  • Posted her career-low score of 66 during the second round of the 1981 Henredon Classic.
  • Best finish on the LPGA Tour is third place, which she has achieved three times, including the 1981 Henredon Classic.
  • Winner of the 1988 Carolina Women’s Open.
  • Tied for ninth at the 1989 Planters Pat Bradley International.
  • Tied for 10th at the 1989 Chrysler-Plymouth Classic.

    As a flight attendant for United Airlines, Floyd spent much of her free time playing golf in amateur tournaments in the mid-1970’s. She won the Hawaiian Amateur in 1974 and 1975 and advanced to the third round of the U.S. Women’s Amateur Championship those same years.

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