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Jennifer Wyatt
Rookie Year
Race to CME Points

5’7”, brown hair, hazel eyes...Credits her parents, Conrad MacKenzie, Al Kennedy, Jack Westover, Pat Park, David Wright and Craig Bunker as individuals most influencing her career...Played ice hockey seriously before taking up golf...Enjoys all kinds of music, playing guitar and drums, art and photography.

Career Highlights

  • As a rookie in 1989, she placed fourth in the Atlantic City Classic.
  • During the off-season, she competes on the Australian Tour.
  • Originally carded a career-low score of 66 during the first round of the 1991 Orix Hawaiian Ladies Open.
  • Tied for third at the 1991 PING-Cellular One LPGA Golf Championship.
  • Became one of eight Rolex First-Time Winners in 1992 with her victory at the Crestar-Farm Fresh Classic.
  • Enjoyed her career-best financial season in 1992 by winning $104,078.
  • In 1993, she tied her career-low score of 66 during the first round of the HEALTHSOUTH Palm Beach Classic.
  • Best finish in 1994 was a tie for 16th at the Children’s Medical Center LPGA Classic.
  • Best finish in 1996 was a tie for 24th at the Sara Lee Classic.
  • Best finish in 1997 was a tie for 14th at the Rochester International.

    Wyatt was the medalist in the 1983 Women’s Western Junior Golf Championship. She was the 1984 British Columbia Junior champion and that year was ranked as Canada’s second-best junior golfer. In the three years that followed, Wyatt was ranked as the top player in Canada (1985-87). She was the 1987 New Zealand Amateur champion and a member of the Canadian Commonwealth team that won the 1987 Commonwealth Championship. Wyatt played for Lamar University during which time she won two collegiate titles.