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Barbara Moxness
Rookie Year
Race to CME Points

5’6”…Attended Arizona State and San Diego State…Her father, Roger Kuhlman, got her started in golf…Married, her husband Mark is a tax attorney who caddied for her part of 1981 and 1982...Gave birth to first child, a son, Matthew Elliot on April 21, 1984...Hobbies include tennis, jogging, basketball and playing the violin…She is active in the Tour’s Christian Fellowship Group…Previously has worked as a nurse’s aide in a convalescent home and was an occupational therapy aide at Children’s Hospital in San Diego.

A 10-year member of the LPGA Tour, Moxness played in only one event in 1987 and recorded a tie for 51st at the Nabisco Dinah Shore. Moxness began her LPGA career in 1978 and carded her career-low round of 65 as a rookie at the Patty Berg Classic. She showed consistent improvement for the first five years and recorded her most successful year in 1982, posting eight top-10 finishes, including career-bests (T2) at both the Lady Michelob and Lady Keystone Opens. Moxness continued her streak into the 1983 season, registering three top-10 finishes in her first six tournaments. However, she cut her 1983 season short due to her first pregnancy. Her son, Matthew Elliot, was born in April, 1984 and Moxness has chosen to play a limited schedule since his birth.

Moxness won the 1970 Minnesota State Girls’ Junior Championship.