Before joining the LPGA in 1986, Taylor played on the Women's Florida Golf Tour where she won two events.
Her best season remains 1987, her rookie year, when she earned over $33,000 and posted her career-best finish: a tie for second in the Jamie Farr Toledo Classic.
Her season-best finish in 1988 was sixth place at the Jamie Farr Toledo Classic.
Tied for 14th in the 1989 Atlantic City Classic. Posted her career-low round of 67 during the second round of the 1989 Orix Hawaiian Ladies Open.
Fired her season-low score of 68 during the third round of the 1992 Welch's Classic where she tied for 13th.
Best finish in 1997 was a tie for 33rd at the State Farm Rail Classic, where she shot her season-low score of 68 during the first and final rounds.
Taylor captured the 1982 Public Links Championship and followed that with a runner-up finish in 1983. She was a semifinalist in the 1983 Trans-National and a quarterfinalist in the 1983 U.S. Amateur. Taylor posted a runner-up finish in the 1983 Women's South Atlantic Championship.
5'7";, brown hair, hazel eyes...Credits Johnny Bulla, Pam Barnett, David Leadbetter, Chuck Hogan, Suellen Northrop and George Kelenhofer as individuals most influencing her career...Hobbies include all outdoor sports...Qualified for Tour on third attempt.