|Birth Day||March 15, 1984|
|Age||36 YEARS OLD|
Professional women's golfer who has won notable LPGA Tour events like the 2004 Longs Drugs Challenge and 2005 Mitchell Company Tournament of Champions. At age 20, she became the youngest women's player ever to reach $1 million in career earnings.
She was born in San Jose, California and first made a name for herself on the Futures Tour in 2002.
Her autobiography, "Swinging from My Heels: Confessions of an LPGA Star," was published in 2010.
Her father has served as her caddie.
She bested runner-up Loren Ochoa at the 2002 Hewlett-Packard Garden State Futures Summer Classic.