5’6”, brown hair...Farwig was commissioned by the LPGA to sketch the 1984 award winners for promotional purposes...Credits Sue Little and Mike Adams as the individuals most influencing her game.
Joined the Tour in 1982.
Initially recorded her career-best finish of second place at the 1983 Elizabeth Arden Classic and tied it on two other occasions in 1983: United Virginia Bank Classic and the Chrysler-Plymouth Classic.
Earned the 1983 LPGA Rookie of the Year Award with over $80,000 in winnings.
Tied for fifth in the 1985 Portland PING Championship.
Finished fourth in the 1986 Sarasota Classic.
Her top finish in 1990 was a tie for 14th at the Sara Lee Classic.
Carded her first career hole-in-one at the 1992 JAL Big Apple Classic.
Tied her career-best finish with a solo second place at the 1992 PING Welch’s Classic, where she posted a career-low round of 64 during the final round.
Best finish in 1993 was a tie for ninth at the Minnesota LPGA Classic.
In 1994, she tied for second at the LPGA Corning Classic and tied for fifth in the State Farm Rail Classic.
In 1995, she tied for seventh at the Fieldcrest Cannon Classic, tied for 12th in the Star Bank LPGA Classic.
Competed in 27 tournaments and earned $98,363 in 1996, which marks the best financial season of her career.
Tied for second at the 1996 Sara Lee Classic for her best finish of the season, matching her career-best finish.
Best finish in 1997 was a tie for 39th at the Oldsmobile Classic.
Farwig prepared for her successful collegiate career by winning the 1980 Wisconsin State Amateur, in addition to the 1977, 1979 and 1980 Wisconsin Public Links Championships. As a four-year member of the Houston Baptist University golf squad, Farwig was named a Southwest Regional All-American in 1981.