Started playing golf at the age of 5. Credits her dad as the person who most influenced her game. Hobbies outside of golf include playing games, listening to music and chilling at home. Her other greatest passion besides golf is playing table tennis. She qualified for the LPGA Tour on her first attempt. Check out her full LPGA profile HERE.
Bianca is an LPGA Rookie (2020) from Quezon City in the Philippines. She has been on a path toward professional golf since she was young. In 2014 she won the Philippine Junior Ameteur Open, medaled in the 2013 stroke play portion of the 2013 Philippine Amateur Open and won the 2013 Philippine Ladies Open. In 2012 she also placed second in the 2012 PHILEX Northern Luzon Regional Amateur Golf Championship and 2013 Philippine Amateur Championship. She played collegiate golf at both Gonzaga University (2015-2017) and the University of Arizona where she finished her collegiate career and it was there that she helped to clench the 2018 NCAA Division 1 Women’s Golf Championship. She was dubbed “The Unicorn” by teammates for her skills in golf, particularly her long-drive. Bianca has competed internationally clinching a 2018 Asian Games Bronze medal and 2019 Southeast Asian Games gold medals in individual and team events. She has made waves as a rookie in her first season out as an LPGA tour player. SwingDish is excited to be working with Bianca and excited to see where her career will take her as she continues her journey as an LPGA rising star.
Alex grew up in Reno, NV and learned to play golf at a young age. This experience as a young golfer helped her to earn a scholarship to play at the Division 1 level at Cal Poly – San Luis Obispo. Alex had success as a player and later as a coach, but it wasn’t until after graduation that she got her start in Long Drive. She finished top four in her first Long Drive World Championship appearance in 2015, and is currently ranked in the top ten in the World on the Ladies’ WLDA Tour. She says that Long Drive re-lit her fire for competition and since that first WLDA performance, she has continued to grow as a power player and is looking forward to the 2020 season with Symmetra Tour status.
Haylee is an LPGA Symetra Tour Rookie (2020) from Leavittsburg, Ohio. She started playing golf at the age of 5 when her dad introduced her to the game. She enjoyed playing a lot of sports growing up, but fell in love with golf and made it her goal to one day play professionally. She became a two-time Ohio State High School and Amateur Champion before going to play collegiately at Furman University. During her time at Furman, she was a four-time tournament medalist and was named to the Women’s Golf Coaches Association (WGCA) Second Team All-American in 2017. She became Furman’s all-time leader in career scoring average of 72.89, with her lowest round of 9-under par, 63. Her amateur career soon came to a finish after she tied for 7th at the inaugural Augusta National Women’s Amateur, and played as a member of Team USA in the 2019 Arnold Palmer Cup. As a professional, she has won the Eggland’s Best Tour Championship in the fall of 2019 and is off to a great start throughout her rookie year on the Symetra Tour. In her free time, she enjoys hiking and occasionally volunteers with U.S. Kids Golf and LPGA-USGA Girls Golf Programs in Myrtle Beach, SC
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