Brandi began her golf career at the age of 8. After several trips to the golf course where she would wedge herself in the cart between her dad and uncle, she decided it was time to start playing herself. With a natural born swing, Brandi began competing in junior golf tournaments by the age of 9 and built a reputable resume that attracted college coaches from all over the country. Through a combination of academic, athletic and grant money, she was able to earn a full ride to play at the school of her dreams and join the Furman University legacy of LPGA greats like Dottie Pepper, Beth Daniel, Betsy King and Sherri Turner. Brandi played every tournament during her 4 years as a Furman Paladin. She won the SoCon Championship in 2002 and was named SoCon Player of the Year in 2003. She earned an individual bid to the NCAA National Championships through her win at the NCAA East Regional Championship. She was named 2nd Team NGCA All American in 2003. Outside of her Furman career, she received the CGA Player of the Year award and won back to back SC Women’s Match Play titles. The highlight of her amateur career came at the 2002 US Women’s Amateur where she finished runner-up. That earned her an exemption into the 2003 US Women’s Open as an amateur.
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