Juli Inkster is an American professional golfer who plays on the LPGA Tour. With a professional career spanning 29 years to date, Inkster's 31 wins rank her second in wins among all active players on the LPGA Tour; she has over $13 million in career earnings. She also has more wins in Solheim Cup matches than any other American, and is a member of the World Golf Hall of Fame. Inkster is the only golfer in LPGA Tour history to win two majors in a decade for three consecutive decades by winning three in the 1980s, two in the 1990s, and two in the 2000s.
|Full name:||Juli Simpson Inkster|
|Born:||June 24, 1960, Santa Cruz, California|
|Residence:||Los Altos, California|
|Spouse:||Brian Inkster (m. 1980)|
|College:||San Jose State University|
|Current tour(s):||LPGA Tour (joined 1983), Legends Tour|
|Ladies European Tour:||2|
|ANA Inspiration:||Won: 1984, 1989|
|Women's PGA C'ship:||Won: 1999, 2000|
|U.S. Women's Open:||Won: 1999, 2002|
|du Maurier Classic:||Won: 1984|
|Women's British Open:||T4: 2006|
|Evian Championship:||T26: 2017|
|World Golf Hall of Fame:||2000 (member page)|
|Broderick Award for Golf:||1982|
|LPGA Rookie of the Year:||1984|
|GWAA Female, Player of the Year:||1999|
|ESPY Awards, Best Female Golfer:||2000|
|LPGA William and, Mousie Powell Award:||2004, 2015|
|LPGA Patty Berg Award:||2009|
|Twitter:||Juli Inkster's Twitter profile|
About Juli Inkster
Professional women's golfer who has become one of the most successful LPGA Tour players in history with more than 30 wins. She won the ESPY Award for Best Female Golfer in 2000 and was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame the same year.
She was a three-year All-American at San Jose State and was named LPGA Rookie of the Year in 1984.
She represented the United States in the Solheim Cup 9 times from 1992 to 2011 and was the oldest player in Cup history in her last year on the team.
She married Brian Inkster in 1980.
She defeated Sweden's Helen Alfredsson at the 1997 Samsung World Championship of Women's Golf.
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- Winners of LPGA major golf championships
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- World Golf Hall of Fame inductees
- Golfers from California
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