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Amanda McCurdy

Amanda McCurdy (L) with teammate Paige Mackenzie - 2005 Spirit International, Trinity, TX

Amanda McCurdy is a native of Arkansas and one of the most decorated golfers to hail from her home state.  She played at the University of Arkansas from 2002-2006 along-side LPGA great Stacy Lewis.  McCurdy was the runner-up in the 2004 US Women's Amateur Championship, defeating Paula Creamer in the semi-finals to reach the final match.  She represented the United States in the 2005 Spirit International Championship hosted in Trinity, Texas.  She also represented the US in the 2006 Curtis Cup matches.

After playing professionally for several years, Amanda settled in Arlington, Texas where she is an Instructor for the City of Arlington. She currently teaches at Tierra Verde and Chester W. Ditto Golf Courses where she works with another great Texas teacher, Amy Fox.  McCurdy is a certified coach for US Kids Golf and is a member of the LPGA Teaching and Club Pro Division.   Amanda continues to give back to the game she loves and is one of 11 teaching pros pledging to give 100 Lessons to Women and Girls in support of the Breaking 100 campaign.  Her efforts will raise funds and awareness for women’s golf programming and add new opportunities for women to connect to the game.  Click here to learn more about Amanda and follow her progress in the campaign.

100 Texas Women is a blog with each post featuring a different notable woman from the history of Texas golf.  You can honor these women and invest in the next 100 years of women's golf by contributing to the Breaking 100 campaign.  All proceeds benefit the TGA Foundations' Women's Initiatives.  Learn more and support the campaign here.
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Thank you Amanda for pledging in our Breaking 100 campaign!!!
Posted by Jacque Cooper on February 10, 2016 @ 10:53 pm

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