Alison Walshe LPGA Tour & Ladies European Tour
ROLEX World Ranking (99)
Prior to turning professional Alison Walshe was a stand-out collegiate player at the University of Arizona with 10 individual victories that included two conference championship wins. A 3-time (2-time 1st Team) All-American and 4-time All-Conference player, Alison was a member of the victorious 2008 United States Curtis Cup Team and the 2009 United States World Amateur Team. Significant amateur victories include the 2007 North & South Amateur Championship and the 2008 Harder Hall Invitational.
LPGA & LET Career Highlights
- Finished ninth on the 2009 Symetra Tour season-ending money list to earn membership for the 2010 season. Recorded a career-best tie for second at the Texas Hill Country Classic and finished in the Top 10 six additional times.
- Recorded a career-best tie for 6th at the 2013 Sime Darby Malaysia Championship, along with three additional top 10 finishes. Best major championship finish is a tie for 8th at the 2012 Kraft Nabisco Championship along with two additional top 10 finishes.
- Best career Ladies European Tour finish was T2 at the 2012 ISPS Handa New Zealand Open in Christchurch, New Zealand.
- 6 Top 10 finishes in the Ladies European Tour
- Career money winnings in excess of $500,000 on the LPGA & LET Tours.
What Michael says about Alison…..”Alison is one of the hardest working talents in the game of golf today. From our earliest work together it was obvious that Alison was committed to being successful in the game. She is focused, goal oriented, smart, and driven to winning at the highest level. A genuine all-around athlete Alison is especially talented in her short game. It is something we have worked hard at, and through her dedication she has improved greatly. In my opinion Alison resembles a David Duval, when she starts to win the sky’s the limit!
My goals for Alison are lofty and include victories on the LPGA Tour, securing a spot on the 2015 Solheim Cup Team, climbing the Rolex World Rankings, and the ultimate opportunity to play in the 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil.