Dorothy Germain

United States

5'10"

1974

$505,700.00

Monticello/S. Illinois (1970, BA)/N. Carolina-Greensboro (1973, Masters)

Race to CME Globe

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Dorothy Germain Bio

5’10”…Was President of the Association in 1983...1988 and 1989 Player Director…Attended Monticello College and received a B.S. in 1970 from Southern Illinois and a M.S. in 1973 from North Carolina-Greensboro…Her mother is a teaching professional and her aunt was the 1977, 1978, 1981 and 1983 U.S. Women’s Senior champion…Credits her mother, Stan Kertes, the late Ellen Griffin and Gardner Dickinson as teachers most influencing her career.

Career Highlights

  • Joined the Tour in 1974.
  • Won her first tournament title in 1980 at the S&H Golf Classic.
  • Nearly defended that title in 1981 but lost to JoAnne Carner on the first extra hole of a playoff.
  • Her most successful financial season was 1981 when she earned $62,981 and achieved her highest money list ranking at 18th.
  • Finished in the top 50 on the money list from 1982 through 1984.
  • Posted her career-low round of 64 during the 1984 United Virginia Bank Classic.
  • Tied for second in the 1984 Henredon Classic.
  • In 1988, she tied for sixth at the Planters Pat Bradley International and tied for seventh at the San Diego Inamori Classic. That year she went on to earn $47,365.
  • Has not competed since 1989, when she played a limited schedule of 12 events due to illness. She still suffers from this prolonged illness.

    Amateur,br> Germain won the 1967 Broadmoor Invitational and the 1968, 1971 and 1972 Arkansas State Amateur.

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