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Kendall Dye
Rookie Year
2009
Age
35
Career Earnings
$266,419
Dye started playing the game of golf at an early age of eight years old. Dye enjoys traveling, reading, shopping, writing, photography, hiking and spending time with family and friends.

Career Wins (4)

  • 2018 Fuccillo Kia Classic of NY, Guardian Championship
  • 2017 Four Winds Invitational

  • 2014 IOA Golf Classic 

2021 in a Nutshell

  • Six events, five cuts made, $15,771 (67)
  • Recorded a season-best T4 finish at the Copper Rock Championship

Career Highlights

2020:

  • Two events, one cut made, $2,328 (99)

2018:
  • 13 events, 10 cuts made, $63,579 (7)
  • Recorded five top 10s including two wins at the Fuccillo Kia Classic of NY and the Guardian Championship
  • Finish 7th on the Epson Tour money list to earn LPGA membership for the 2019 season

2017:
  • 22 events, 16 cuts made, $52,556 (13)
  • Recorded five top 10s including a season-best victory at the Four Winds Invitational 
2016:
  • 21 events, 15 cuts made, $35,237 (27)
  • Recorded four top-10 finishes included a season-best T2 at the Epson Classic
2015:
  • Played on the LPGA Tour
2014:
  • 20 events played, 19 cuts made, $47,684 (8)
  • Eight top-10 finishes with a career-best win at the IOA Golf Classic in Longwood, Florida
  • Finished 8th on the Epson Tour's Volvik Race for the Card money list to earn LPGA membership for the 2015 season
2013:
  • 14 events played, 12 cuts made, three top-10 finishes with best finish a T2 at the Eagle Classic Presented by Bag Boy. $26,257 (19).
2012:
  • 10 events, 5 cuts made, $4,979 (96), with one top-10 finish tied for 8th at the Challenge at Musket Ridge. Had one hole-in-one.

Amateur

  • Two-time Captain of the University of Oklahoma women's golf team (2008, 2009
  • Part of the Golf Fore Africa team and has been on multiple mission trips to Africa
  • Two-time recipient of Joan Blumenthal MVP Award for the University of Oklahoma
  • Captured the individual title at both the 2008 and 2009 Susie Maxwell Berning Classic
  • Sooners team captain for two years shared medalist honors at 2009 Big 12 Championship
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