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Karrie Webb Biography

Dibya Raj Adhikari Tue Jan, 2016
Karrie Webb

Facts of Karrie Webb

Date of Birth: 1974 , December-21
Birth Nation: Australia
Height: 5 Feet 6 Inch

Quick Timeline of Karrie Webb

1974 Born in Ayr, Queensland, Australia
1992 Became the member of Australian Amateur team
1994 Turned professional
1995 Became European Rookie of the Year
1996 Qualified for the LPGA Tour
1997 Won three times on the LPGA Tour
1999 Won LPGA Tour Player of the Year award
2000 Entered into the World Golf Hall of Fame

Detail Timeline of Karrie Webb

December 21 , 1974

Born in Ayr, Queensland, Australia

Talented and assiduous, Karrie was born as Karrie Anne Webb in Ayr, Queensland, Australia to Rob Webb and Evelyn Webb. She is Australian and is of white ethnicity. She is five feet and six inch tall.

1992

Became the member of Australian Amateur team

Karrie has been active in golf since 1992. That year, she appeared on the Australian Amateur Team. She made half a dozen of international appearance within two years. In 1994, she also became the champion of the Australian Strokeplay. 

1994

Turned professional

In 1994, she turned professional and her first professional appearance was in Ladies European Tour. Her first professional win came in 1995 and that was in Weetabix Women's British Open. That year, she also made a record being the youngest ever winner.

1995

Became European Rookie of the Year

Within a year after she made her professional debut, she won the Weetabix Women's British Open. That year, she was also honored as the European Rookie of the Year. Retired Swedish professional golfer, Annika Sörenstam was the Player of the Year that year. 

1996

Qualified for the LPGA Tour

She entered into the LPGA Tour since 1996. She became second at LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament though she had a broken bone in her wrist. Her first LPGA win came in her second LPGA start.

1997

Won three times on the LPGA Tour

Karrie Webb is one of the most successful female professional golfers from Australia. A year after she entered into the LPGA Tour, she won three times on the LPGA Tour. She also became the champion of Vare Trophy that year.

1999

Won LPGA Tour Player of the Year award

Like 1997, 1999 was also one of the successful years in her life. That year, she won her first title at the du Maurier Ltd. Classic. As a successful player for the year, she also won LPGA Tour Player of the Year award in 1999.

2000

Entered into the World Golf Hall of Fame

One of the most successful female professional golfers from Australia, Karrie Webb is also well known in the world as one of the greatest players in the history of women's golf. In 2000, she was entered into the World Golf Hall of Fame at World Golf Village.

Content

One of the most successful professional golfers, Karrie seems to be keeping her personal profile low. Till now, there is no any information related to her love affairs and married life.

Karrie has been active in golf since 1992. That year, she appeared on the Australian Amateur Team. She made half a dozen of international appearance within two years. In 1994, she also became the champion of the Australian Strokeplay. In 1994, she turned professional and her first professional appearance was in Ladies European Tour. Her first professional win came in 1995 and that was in Weetabix Women's British Open. That year, she also made a record being the youngest ever winner. She entered into the LPGA Tour since 1996 and her first LPGA win came in her second LPGA start. She has won LPGA Tour for 41 times. Her net worth is said to be around $15 million.