|Joined LPGA: 2002
||Birthday: June 25, 1980
|College: Duke University
||Residence: Pinehurst, NC
|Birthplace: Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Turned professional in June 2002 and played eight events on the Futures
Tour and recorded five top-10 finishes to finish 21st on the money list;
tied for 59th at the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament to earn non-exempt
status for the 2003 season.
Hannemann enjoyed a decorated amateur career. She is a three-time Women's
Western Junior Championship winner (1995-97) and a winner of the 1997
and 1998 South American Team Championship. From 1998-2001, she won the
Tar Heel Invitational while a member of the Duke University Women's Golf
Team and won NCAA team championships from 1999-2002. Hannemann won the
2000 North-South Amateur Championship, and in 2001, she won the NCAA individual
title, the Honda Award and was named a First-Team All-American. She was
the 2001 ACC Player of the Year and was the low amateur at the 2001 U.S.
Women's Open. In 2002, she won the ACC individual title, the Brazilian
Amateur Championship and recorded a top-15 finish in the World Amateur
5'4", brown hair, brown eyes. . . Started playing golf at the age
of 9. . . Credits her first teacher, her parents and her family as the
individuals most influencing her career. . . Hobbies include dancing,
going to the beach and horseback riding. . . Qualified for the Tour on
her first attempt. . .