Gerina Piller Biography

Published On Aug 05, 2016
Facts of Gerina Piller
Date of Birth: 1985 , March-29
Birth Nation: United States
Height: 5 Feet 7 Inch
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In January 2011, Gerina got married to Martin Piller. Martin Piller is also a professional golfer from United States. In 2010, he won the Stadion Athens Classic at UGA. It's been more than half a decade they have been bonded into this married life. Her nationality is American and she is of mixed ethnicity.

As a child, Gerina got enrolled at Goddard High School. She earned her high school graduation from there in 2003. That year she was also crowned with the state golf championship and named as an all-state volleyball player. After her high school, she joined University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP). There she was also active in golf. During her senior year, she won four tournaments. In 2007, she became the Conference USA individual champion and she was also named as Player of the Year. That year she was also named as the UTEP Female Athlete of the Year. After an outstanding career at University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP), she turned pro in September 2007. As she was disqualified for the LPGA Tour in 2007, she played on the Futures Tour the following year. She also got disqualified for the LPGA Tour for the next two years but she finally got a conditional status on the LPGA Tour for 2010. In 2010, she was ranked 2nd in iMPACT Classic and the USI Championship. She is five feet and seven inches in her height. She is now aged 31 years old. Her net worth is in millions.

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Born in Roswell, New Mexico, United States

March 29 , 1985

Talented and enthusiastic lady, Gerina Piller was born as Gerina Michelle Mendoza Piller in the mid 1980s in Roswell, New Mexico, United States of America to Alan Stevenson and Rita Stevenson. She is now living in Fort Worth, Texas, United States.

Won the state golf championship

2003

As a child, Gerina got enrolled at Goddard High School. She earned her high school graduation from there in 2003. That year she was also crowned with the state golf championship and named as an all-state volleyball player.

Became the Conference USA individual champion

2007

After her high school, she joined University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP). There she was also active in golf. During her senior year, she won four tournaments. In 2007, she became the Conference USA individual champion.

Was named the Player of the Year

2007

She had an outstanding career as a collegiate golfer at the University of Texas El Paso. In 2007, she received several awards and honors. In 2007, she was named as Player of the Year. That year she was also named as the UTEP Female Athlete of the Year.

Turned professional

2007

After an outstanding career at University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP), she turned pro in September 2007. As she was disqualified for the LPGA Tour in 2007, she went on playing on the Futures Tour the following year.

Earned conditional status on the LPGA Tour for 2010

2009

She also got disqualified for the LPGA Tour for the next two years but she finally got a conditional status on the LPGA Tour for 2010. In 2010, she was ranked 2nd in iMPACT Classic and the USI Championship. 

Was ranked 5th on the Futures Tour money list

2010

She was placed 2nd in iMPACT Classic and the USI Championship in 2010, that year she was listed on the Futures Tour money list. They ranked her on the 5th position. That year she earned full playing privileges on the LPGA Tour for 2011.

Married to Martin Piller

2011

In January 2011, Gerina got married to Martin Piller. Martin Piller is also a professional golfer from United States. In 2010, he won the Stadion Athens Classic at UGA. It's been more than half a decade they have been bonded into this married life.

Was ranked 29th on the Women's World Golf Rankings

2015

At the end of 2007, she turned professional. At the end of 2008, she was ranked 630 on the Women's World Golf Rankings. In 2012, she was ranked 95th and at the end of 2015, she kissed the 29th position.