Women Professionals

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    Elise Bradley

    Elise Bradley is an American golfer from Mandeville, Louisiana and attended Mandeville High School. Bradley attended Louisiana State University from 2012 through 2016, where she finished her collegiate career competing in the final round in the NCAA Women’s Golf Championship. Through her amateur career, Bradley achieved the titles: three-time Louisiana Girls Junior Amateur Champion and two-time winner of the Louisiana Women’s Amateur. Bradley turned pro in 2016 with her rookie year being 2017. Bradley has actively played professionally for the past five years, making five cuts in the past two years. Bradley is on the Epson Tour and finished 2021 competing in the Symetra Tour Championship. She prepares to compete in several tournaments March 2022.
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    Ji Eun Baik

    Ji Eun Baik is a professional golfer from hometown of Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida but moved to Georgia and attended East Coweta High School. In high school, Baik posted back-to-back top 5 finishes in the Georgia High School Association Class AAAAA State Championships. Baik attended Mississippi State University from 2013-2017 graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and Exercise Science. Baik’s rookie year was 2018 and she plays on the Epson Tour where she has made at least five cuts per year. She most recently played in the Symetra Tour Championship.
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    Emma Jandel Miller

    Emma Jandel Miller was born in Dayton, Ohio on March 11, 1988. Miller great up playing basketball as well as golf. She attended The Ohio State University and received a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance and Real Estate in 2011. In here time, she finished top 16 in the 2007 U.S. Women’s Amateur Championship. Jandel is on the Epson Tour - Road to LPGA. Jandel played on the Symetra Tour from 2016-2018 with several top 20 finishes. She T-2nd at the Michigan Women’s Open ion 2020 and won the Maryland Women’s Open in 2021. Jandel enjoys spending time with her husband, Patrick Miller, and staying active.
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    Amanda Doherty

    Amanda Doherty was born on September 16, 1997 from Georgia and went to The Galloway School. Doherty attended Florida State University where she studied Sports Management and graduated in 2020. At FSU, Doherty ended her collegiate earning her first career individual title at the IJGA Guadalajara Collegiate Invitational. Doherty played professional on the Epson Tour and in 2021 she made 15 cuts in 19 starts. Her 2021 season included eight top-10 finishes. A runner-up result at the IOA Golf Classic, placed Doherty seventh on the Race for the Card. She earned LPGA Tour status and is playing her rookie year for the 2022 season.
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    Mariah Stackhouse

    Mariah Stackhouse is an African American golfer born on March 14th, 1994 and a Georgia native. Stackhouse attended Standford University where she studied Communication and graduated in 2016. At Standford, Stackhouse was a four-time All-American. Her rookie year was in 2017 and she plays on the LPGA Tour. She finished T41 in the 2021 LPGA Q-Series to earn status for the 2022 season. As of 2020, she is LPGA's only black full-time player and one of the 8 African American players on the LPGA Tour in history. Stackhouse is aggressively pursuing her career to appease her passion for the sport as well as inspire future golfers.
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    Melissa Siviter

    Melissa Siviter is an English professional golfer from Coseley, England and attended The High Arcal School, which is now known as Beacon Hill Academy. Siviter attended Belmont Abbey College before transferring to Georgia State University. At Georgia State, she studied Sociology and Hospitality Management and graduating in 2014. In her two seasons at Georgia State, Siviter won the 2013 Palmetto Intercollegiate, shooting a college-low of 67. She gained LPGA Symetra Tour status for the 2016 season and is continuing to work toward competing on the LPGA Tour. Most recently, Siviter claimed her first professional win at the 22nd Connecticut Women’s Open at the Black Hill Club, in June of 2021.
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    Kayla Jones

    Kayla Jones is an American golfer born on May 8th, 1996 in New York. She was raised in Atlanta, attending Milton High School, where she was ranked 36th junior golfer in the nation for her senior season of 2014. Jones attended Florida State University, studying Marketing and graduating in 2018. She finished her collegiate career ranked ninth in school history with a 75.12 stroke average. Jones’ rookie year on the Epson tour was 2019 and has had stints on the Symetra tour and Australian Ladies Professional Golf Tour (ALPG). Jones is turning her passion for the game into changing the narrative and stigmas surrounding golf. In her efforts to promote change in prominent social ideas, she has developed the Kayla Jones Golf Charitable Partners. Its aim is to make the sport inclusive of all: those in need, junior golf, and minority golfers.
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    Melanie Talbott

    Melanie Talbott is young professional golf from Woodstock and graduated from Etowah High School. While in high school, Talbott was a two-time regional player of the year and finished fourth at the 2014 Georgia High School State Championship. She attended Auburn University from 2015-2019 where she graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. Her sophomore year she competed in five springs events of which she earned her first collegiate title as an individual at Samford Spring Shootout. Talbott currently has status on the Symetra and Women’s All Pro Tour and is working towards playing in the LPGA.
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    Madison Barnett

    Madison Barnett is an American golfer born on May 12th in Mableton, Georgia. Barnett attended Pebblebrook High School and was named Cobb County “Player of the Year” in 2015. After attending Wofford for her freshman year, Barnett transferred to University of North Carolina at Charlotte. She graduated in 2020 with a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics. In her time at UNC, Barnett posted a sixth-place finish at the Yale Women's Intercollegiate in 17-18 and posted her best finish of the year shooting 76-82-81-239 in 18-19. Barnett loves listening to music and spending time with family.