After completing a Hall of Fame career at Arizona State University, Pam quickly made an impression as a professional. She was named LPGA Tour Rookie of the Year in 1989. A native
of Scotland, Pam's stellar, steady play made her a 5-time member of prestigious European Solheim Cup teams. Golf for Cause® is proud to have her on our team!
Pam has a special gift for understanding and handling stress on and off the golf course. Her easygoing nature makes her a joy to be around and a popular playing partner. She attributes
her love of golf to her mother, a champion player in her own right, who inspired Pam's interest in the game when Pam was only four.
Fifteen years playing golf at the highest level, which she recalls fondly as her time of "chasing low scores," gives Pam a special perspective on how to enjoy the sport and use it to expand social and professional networks. She was the first woman to score a "30" for 9-holes in a Women's US Open, and now shares the record with only three other golfers.