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Legends of the LPGA

Leta Lindley

Palm Beach Gardens, FL
  • 1 Win on the LPGA Tour

  • 33 LPGA Top 10 Finishes

  • 2021 Champion - South Carolina Senior Women's Open Championship 

  • 2022 & 2023 Silver Medalist - U.S. Senior Women's Open

Credits her parents Marlin and Diep Lindley, golf teacher Ludwig Keehn  and husband Matt Plagmann as the individuals most influencing her  career...Inducted into the National Golf Coaches Association Players  Hall of Fame on Jan. 23, 2006…Married Matt Plagmann on Feb. 3,  1996...Gave birth to son Cole Plagmann, in 2004, and daughter Reese  Plagmann, in 2006, which she considers her greatest achievements. Qualified  for the Tour on her first attempt. Lindley played collegiate golf at the University of Arizona, where she  was a four-time All-American, three-time Academic All-American, set an  NCAA record for lowest 54-hole score (which has since been broken) and  finished third at the 1993 NCAA Championship. In addition, she was the  medalist at the 1994 U.S. Women’s Amateur Championship.

Recipient of the 2009 Heather Farr Award which is awarded to an LPGA golfer who through her hard work, dedication and love of the game of golf, has demonstrated determination, perseverance and spirit in fulfilling her goals as a player

Currently in her 9th season teaching at Old Marsh Golf Club in Palm Beach Gardens, FL

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