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Alice Miller
Rookie Year
Career Earnings

5’10”, blond hair, green eyes...Credits her recent success to teacher Mike Adams...Also lists Ed Oldfield, George Twitchell and JoAnne Winter as individuals most influencing her career... President of the LPGA Tour in 1993...Hobbies include fishing, biking, hiking and watching any sports event on television.

Career Highlights

  • Collected her first victory in 1983 at the West Virginia Classic.
  • Her first $100,000-plus season came in 1983 when she earned $157,321.
  • Won two tournaments in 1984 and again surpassed the $100,000 mark with $112,761.
  • Her most successful season was 1985 when she won four titles, including the Nabisco Dinah Shore, one of LPGA’s four majors.
  • Won the 1991 Jamie Farr Toledo Classic on the third hole of a sudden-death playoff against Deb Richard to gain her first victory in nearly six seasons.
  • Posted her career-low score of 64 during the final round of the 1991 Rail Charity Golf Classic.
  • Won the 1991 Hilton Bounce back Player of the Year Award as a result of her return to winning form.
  • Tied for second at the 1992 LPGA Corning Classic.
  • Recorded her third career hole-in-one during the 1993 McCall’s LPGA Classic at Stratton Mountain.
  • Recipient of the 1993 William and Mousie Powell Award.
  • Best finish in 1994 was a tie for sixth at the PING Welch’s Championship in Boston.
  • Finished tied for 14th at the 1995 McCall’s LPGA Classic at Stratton Mountain as her season-best performance.
  • Recorded her fourth career ace during the second round of the 1995 PING Welch’s Championship in Boston.
  • In 1996, Miller finished tied for 10th at the HEALTHSOUTH Inaugural and tied for 12th at the PING Welch’s Championship in Tucson.
  • Set a new all-time record for the fastest round in an official LPGA competition in 1997 with an 18-hole time of one hour, 26 minutes and 44 seconds during the final round of the Welch’s/Circle K Championship.

    As a Sun Devil at Arizona State University, Miller played on the 1975 AIAW National Collegiate Championship team.

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