I grew up on the 10th hole of Edgerton Towne Country Club in Edgerton, WI. My sister, Brooke, and I used to go onto the course with our parents at night and practice until we couldn't see our ball flight anymore. My dream of playing on the LPGA Tour started when I was young, and although it wasn't always easy to get there, it sure was worth it.
I played high school golf for Edgerton High School where I qualified for State all four years. I then moved on to play golf at Michigan State and receive my degree in elementary education. While at Michigan State, I competed in four Big Ten Championships and won three team titles. I also completed in four NCAA Regional Championships and three NCAA National Championships. I was voted the 2014 Female Athlete-of-the-Year at Michigan State during my senior year. Playing college golf was everything and more that I dreamed it to be, and I am so glad I had the opportunity to be a Spartan.
In 2014 when I graduated from Michigan State, I started my professional golf career. During my first summer as a professional, I played in State Opens before attending Qualifying School in the fall of 2014. I earned Symetra Tour status and was able to play in Symetra Tour tournaments in 2015. I retained my Symetra Tour status into the 2016 season and earned my LPGA Tour Card for the 2017 season through Qualifying School. I played professional golf for a total of 5 years before retiring in August of 2019 to accept a teaching position at Edgerton Middle School.
I am so excited to be able to share my golf knowledge with golfers of all ages and abilities. I can't wait to meet you and get started improving your golf game and having FUN!