Quick Facts

Pam Hails from Scotland

LPGA Rookie of the Year

Solheim Cup Player 1990, 92, 94,

Solheim Cup Vice Captain 2000, 02

US Open Record 9 hole score (30)

 LPGA Tour Player 15 Years

ASU Hall of Fame

Twice Pac 10 Champion

Two Time All American

Academic All American

Scottish Team 1979-88 

Home Course We-Ko-Pa Golf Club

Career Highlights

 

 
 
 

Pam's Legacy

Pam's Legacy is impressive. A reservoir of over 150 years of golfing experience. Pam's Father Innes was a Golf Professional in Scotland having represented his country Internationally and been a Walker Cup reserve before turning Professional in 1962. He played in two British Open Championships (one as an amateur) and was Pam's primary Golf Instructor. Pam's Mum Janette is a 4 time Scottish Champion, 4 time Curtis Cup Player  and was British Girls Champion at age 15. With so much experience she also played a key role in Pam's golfing career. Quite the golfing DNA. It's clear that Pam has grown up under the wings of 2 very accomplished and respected golfers.

Pam's golfing journey began at the age of 4. She loved to play and was a natural. From age 12 Pam represented Scotland and started competing throughout Europe. Her first visit to America came in the Summer of 1984 when she competed in the Trans Amateur Championship and US Women's Amateur Championship. Earlier that summer in Scotland at the British Amateur Championship at Royal Troon GC Pam met  ASU standout Heather Farr. It was this meeting and new friendship that would change Pam's life forever.

After meeting Heather Pam became an ASU Sun Devil under the guidance of Coach Linda Vollstedt. By Fall Semester 1986 Pam had a full NCAA Scholarship and was on her way to a new life and an exciting career in golf. Pam qualified for the LPGA Tour in 1988 and went on to be the 1989 LPGA Rookie of the Year. She played for 15 years before a recurring shoulder injury ended her playing career in 2004. 

"I loved competing on the LPGA Tour and have so many great memories. I'm very grateful to everyone who has helped me along the way. Golf has been good to me and now as a full time golf instructor I get to share my experience with my students. It's fun and rewarding. Quite simply - I love teaching golf!" --- Career Highlights