Dottie pepper is an American golfer and a broadcaster after she retires from golf. She was born on August 17, 1965, in Saratoga Springs, New York. Dottie pepper’s father was a professional baseman. Her career took off at early age with significant amateur victories in her home state of New York. She got the 1981 state amateur title and the 1981 and 1983 New York Junior Amateur titles. Dottie Pepper was a 1981 Junior World Cup team member and low amateur at the 1984 U.S. Women’s Open. She attended Furman University, where she won five collegiate victories and was awarded All-American named All-American three times.
She has won two major championships and 17 LPGA Tour events in all. She got married in 1988 and departed away with her husband in 1995; she played with the name Dottie Mochrie during that period. She also has written six books and her book’ letter to the future champion’ got many good responses from the audience.
|Full Name||Dottie pepper|
|Date Of Birth||August 17, 1965|
|Birth Place||Saratoga Springs, New York|
|Parent(s)||Don Pepper, Lynn Pepper|
|Height||5 ft 5 in|
|Partner(s)||David Normoyle (2010), Doug Mochrie (1986–1995)|
|Net Worth||$6.28 million|
Dottie Pepper Career
Dottie made entry with a bang into golf, winning the 1981 State Amateur Cup and the 1983 New York Junior Amateur Cup. She was already a member of the U.S Junior World Cup team, and in 1984, she also joined United States Women Open.
Dottie became part of the LPGA Tour in 1988 and won 17 official events in her career. This win includes two major championships, the 1992 and 1999 Nabisco Dinah Shores. Dottie’s 19-under-par finish in 1999’s win still stands as the lowest score concerning par in a major championship. Dottie then came first on the money list in 1992 and landed in the top ten in 10-11 seasons between 1991 and 2001. She also played for the United States in the Solheim Cup six times.
Due to injury in 2002, she could only play one tournament, and in 2004 she announces her retirement from the golf career at the age of 39. Then she began work as a commentator for NBC. She was once highly criticized during her commentator career as she has used bad words against American Team. Then in 2012, she decided to retire as a commentator too.
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She is also known for her writing skills. She has published six books to date, among them’ letter to the future champion’ very famous and is one of the most successful writers of her career.
Dottie Pepper education
She completed her high school at Saratoga Springs High School in 1983 and completed her college at Furman University.
Dottie Pepper relationship
Dottie was married to Doug Mochrie in 1986 where; her relationship didn’t work well and she got divorced in 1995 and then she was married to next husband, but the identity of her second husband is still unknown. she has used the second name of her first husband in some of the major tournament, but later on she stopped using it. Then in 2010, Pepper married her third husband, with whom she is living a happy life. Her present partner is an assistant director of the USGA Museum and an author too.
Dottie Pepper Net worth
Dottie has earned a massive amount of money from her career winnings and contract during her career. It is estimated that her golf career has summed up an amount of $6.28 million, in which the money from the commentary isn’t included. Currently, she isn’t involved in any kind of activity and lives in her hometown.
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Dottie Pepper social media
Pepper is active on her Instagram(dottie_pepper), where she has almost 7k followers; she posts pretty frequently on her Instagram.
She isn’t available on Twitter. But she has her Facebook page(Dottie Pepper) but isn’t active that much. Both her Instagram and Facebook are verified.