5’9”, brown hair, blue eyes...Started playing golf at the age of 8...Credits her father Bob Zedlitz and golf instructors Dan Lippstreu and Ernie Barbour as the individuals most influencing her career...Enjoys hunting in Nebraska in the off-season...Qualified for the Tour on her second attempt.
• In 2001, was hampered by tendonitis in her right shoulder all season; had a severe case of vertigo in April, causing her to miss five events, and played the remainder of the season with balance problems.
• In 2000, best finish was 10th place at the Giant Eagle LPGA Classic; tied her career-low score of 67 during the second round of the Welch’s/Circle K Championship; recorded the first hole-in-one of her career during the second round of the ShopRite LPGA Classic and was awarded a car.
• In 1999, best finish came at the Wegmans Rochester International, where she tied for 26th; tied her career-low score of 67 during the second round of the U.S. Women’s Open; returned to the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament, where she finished tied for second to earn exempt status for the 2000 season.
• In 1998, best finish was a tie for 32nd at the Sara Lee Classic; tied her career-low score of 67 during the second round of the Star Bank LPGA Classic.
• In 1997, tied for 25th at the State Farm Rail Classic, where she originally carded a career-low round of 67 during the third round.
• In 1995, tied for 20th at the Jamie Farr Toledo Classic.
• In 1994, tied for fifth at the Youngstown-Warren LPGA Classic.
• In 1993, recorded her career-best finish of third place at the State Farm Rail Classic.
• In 1992, qualified for the Tour by finishing third at the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament to gain exempt status for 1993; prior to joining the LPGA Tour, competed on the Players West Tour, where she was runner-up on four occasions.
Zedlitz won the 1985 PGA Junior National Championship and placed second at the 1985 Junior World Championship. She played golf at UCLA, where she was an All-American in 1989-90. She was the winner of three collegiate events in 1989 and tied for fifth at the 1990 NCAA tournament.