Thursday, October 15, 2015

Hayley Davis turning pro later this month

Hayley Davis, a three-time All American at Baylor University, Texas and currently the 12th ranked female amateur in the world, is turning professional and will participate in LPGA Tour Qualifying School. 

Davis possesses a decorated collegiate and international amateur golf career. In 2015, Davis was named first- team All American and recorded three tournament victories, including a win at the NCAA Regional Championship in San Antonio.
Davis is also a three-time, First-Team All- Big 12 Conference Selection at Baylor, recording 27 top-ten finishes and 16 top-three finishes. 
She also holds the record for the lowest career stroke average in Baylor Women’s Golf history. 
Davis also enjoyed a storied international amateur career. She represented England on the England Golf USA Squad, as Captain of the Nations Cup Team, at the World Amateur Team Championship, and at both the European Ladies Team and Individual Championships. 
She also won the 2014 England Open Stroke Play Championship, the Astor Salver, the England Stroke Play Ladies Championship, the Abu Dhabi Junior Championship, and the English Ladies Amateur, among others. Davis just completed her final event as an amateur. representing England in the Spirit International Invitational. 
She will make her professional debut October 22 in the Second Stage of LPGA Tour Qualifying School in Florida. Davis finished Tied for 4th in the First Stage. 
Davis has selected Los Angeles, California-based Yee & Dubin Sports, LLC for representation, which also represents New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, New Orleans Saints Head Coach Sean Payton, and other male and female golfers on the various professional tours.
+A Great Britain and Ireland international team player, Hayley would have been a strong candidate for a place in the team to play the United States in the 2016 Curtis Cup match at Dun Laoghaire GC, Dublin.