• Recorded a career-low round of 64
during the first round of the Wendy’s Championship for
Children at New Albany.
• Posted nine top-20 finishes and two
top-10 finishes, including a season-best tie for sixth
at the YourLife Vitamins LPGA Classic.
2001 Stats (rank)
Rds under par: 34/85 (50) Rds in the
60s: 18/85 (42) Birdies: 261 (29)
Eagles: 3 (63) Greens in reg: 62.3%
(106) Driving accuracy: 76.2% (25)
Sand saves: 38.2% (105) Putting avg:
29.25 (5) Driving avg: 226.60 (182)
• In 2000, crossed the $1 million mark
in career earnings following a tie for third at the
Arch Wireless Championship, her best finish of the season.
• In 1999, best finish was a tie for
second at the City of Hope Myrtle Beach Classic; recorded
her second LPGA career hole-in-one during the second
round of the Sunrise Hawaiian Ladies Open.
• In 1998, tied for fourth at the Giant
Eagle LPGA Classic for her best finish of the season.
• In 1997, posted a career-best finish
with a second place at the McDonald’s LPGA Championship,
where she lost to Chris Johnson on the second hole of
a sudden-death playoff; recorded her first career hole-in-one
during the second round of the First Bank Presents the
Edina Realty LPGA Classic.
• In 1996, tied for 12th at the Safeway
LPGA Golf Championship for her best finish of the season.
• In 1995, her rookie season, tied
for third at the State Farm Rail Classic and tied for
fifth at the U.S. Women’s Open.
• In 1994, turned professional in the
summer; tied for 52nd at the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament
to earn non-exempt status for the 1995 season.
Lindley played collegiate golf at the
University of Arizona, where she was a four-time All-American,
three-time Academic All-American, set an NCAA record
for lowest 54-hole score (nine-under-par) and finished
third at the 1993 NCAA Championship. In addition, she
was the medalist at the 1994 U.S. Women’s Amateur.
5’4", brown hair, brown eyes...Started
playing golf at the age of 9…Credits her parents Marlin
and Diep Lindley, golf teacher Ludwig Keehn and husband
Matt Plagmann as the individuals most influencing her
career…Qualified for the Tour on her first attempt.
Major Championship History
The U.S. Women’s Open became an LPGA major
in 1950; the McDonald’s LPGA Championship Presented by
AIG became a major in 1955; the Kraft Nabisco Championship
became a major in 1983; and the Weetabix Women’s British
Open became a major championship in 2001. From 1979-2000
the LPGA’s fourth major was the du Maurier Classic. The
Weetabix Women’s British Open replaced the du Maurier
Classic in 2001. (KNC, Kraft Nabisco Championship; LPGA,
McDonald’s LPGA Championship Presented by AIG; OPEN, U.S.
Women’s Open; WB, Weetabix Women’s British Open; DM, du