Bio

D.O.B.
21/12/1994

Hometown
Langen / Germany

Practice Base
Golf Club Neuhof

Turned Pro
2018

At age 6 on the second hole of my home course at Golfclub Neuhof

Before turning pro in January 2018, I was part of the elite amateur team of Germany representing my country at five European team championships and one World team championship. My amateur career really kickstarted by winning the prestigious Internationaux De France (Trophée Esmond) in 2013 and ended with a win at the German Ladies Championship in 2017. I was also part of the European selection in the Patsy Hankins Trophy in 2016. I started playing golf at the age of 3 when my parents bought my first set of plastic clubs.

NCAA Nationals May 2017

I played collegiate golf at the College of Charleston from 2013 to 2017 and graduated with a Bachelors degree in Finance. Three out of my four years I was named Player of the Year in my college conference (CAA) finishing Top 25 individually at the 2017 NCAA Championship. I was the first individual female golfer from College of Charleston to advance to the NCAA National Championships and hold the school record for most college tournament wins (5-time winner). I won the Edwin Watts/ Kiawah Island Classic which is the largest collegiate tournament in the country with a field of 232 players. I also hold the record for the best 54-hole total in tournament history.

Laura Fünfstück
Golf Professional / Tourspielerin
Humperdinckstraße 2
63225 Langen

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