5’5”...Lists her parents Gerry and Helen Geddes and teachers Derek Hardy as the individuals most influencing her career...Co-founded an Internet e-commerce company named Planesia, which she sold in 2001...Recognized during the LPGA’s 50th Anniversary in 2000 as one of the LPGA’s top-50 players and teachers...Enjoys playing piano and all sports…Graduated from law school in 2006 and currently is Vice President of Competition for the LPGA.
In 2003, served as assistant captain of the U.S. Solheim Cup Team.
In 2002, tied for 18th at the Weetabix Women’s British Open; served as assistant captain of the victorious U.S. Solheim Cup Team.
In 2001, best finish was a tie for 24th at the Giant Eagle LPGA Classic, where she recorded the fourth hole in-one of her LPGA career during the first round.
In 2000, tied for sixth at the Standard Register PING for her season-best finish; recorded her third LPGA career hole-in-one during the first round of the McDonald’s LPGA Championship.
In 1999, tied for third at the Standard Register PING; recorded her second LPGA career hole-in-one during the third round of the Mercury Titleholders Championship.
In 1998, best finish was a tie for 10th at the Cup Noodles Hawaiian Ladies Open.
In 1997, twice tied for second—the First Bank Presents the Edina Realty LPGA Classic and the Fieldcrest Cannon Classic; crossed the $3 million mark in career earnings after the season-opening HEALTHSOUTH Inaugural, where she placed fourth; tied her career-low round of 64 during the second round of the Diet Dr Pepper National Pro-Am, where she tied for fifth.
In 1996, tied for second at the HEALTHSOUTH Inaugural after a sudden-death playoff loss to Karrie Webb.
In 1995, best finish was third place at the McCall’s LPGA Classic at Stratton Mountain.
In 1994, crossed the $2 million mark in career earnings and won the Chicago Challenge.
In 1993, won the Oldsmobile Classic for her 10th career LPGA title.
In 1992, carded her first LPGA career hole-in-one during the third round of the Welch’s Classic; tied for sixth at the Standard Register PING.
In 1991, won two titles—the Jamaica Classic and the Atlantic City Classic; lost to Deb Richard in a sudden-death playoff at the Phar-Mor in Youngstown.
In 1990, posted seven top 10s, including a tie for second at the Jamaica Classic.
In 1989, crossed the $1 million mark in career earnings at the Mazda LPGA Championship; best finish was second place at the Women’s Kemper Open.
In 1988, best finish was a tie for second at the Boston Five Classic.
In 1987, her best year, was in the major awards race with Ayako Okamoto and Betsy King; won five tournaments, including sudden-death playoff victories over Cathy Gerring at the Women’s Kemper Open and over Robin Walton at the GNA/Glendale Federal Classic.
In 1986, captured her first victory at the U.S. Women’s Open after an 18-hole playoff against Sally Little, which makes Geddes one of 14 players in history to claim the U.S. Women’s Open as her first LPGA title; the following week, won the Boston Five Classic for her second victory; Geddes, Meg Mallon, Se Ri Pak and Louise Suggs are the only players in LPGA history to have won an event immediately after their U.S. Women’s Open triumph.
In 1985, best finish was second place behind Pat Bradley at the du Maurier Ltd. Classic, where she originally carded her career-low 64.
In 1984, finished second at the MasterCard International Pro-Am.
In 1983, tied for seventh at the August LPGA Qualifying Tournament to earn exempt status for the remainder of the season and for 1984; best finish was sixth place at the Columbia Savings Classic.
Geddes was a member of Florida State University’s 1981 AIAW national championship team.