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Blair O'Neal

Blair Oneal

Biography

Blair O’Neal, has been golfing since the age of 11, playing in tournaments all around the world. She played for Arizona State University where she won two NCAA Long Drive contests and recently competed on the Golf Channel’s Big Break: Dominican Republic, where she won MVP and an exemption to the 2011 LPGA Kia Classic in March. Blair has also been modeling throughout her golfing career and was named one of Sports Illustrated “Top 50 Hottest Athletes of All Time” in 2008 and more recently as one of the "Most Beautiful Women in Golf"in 2013. Watch out for Blair’s killer swing with her new Cobra drivers, fairway woods, hybrids and irons.

Personal Highlights

  • Height: 5' 10"
  • Birthdate: May 14, 1981
  • Birthplace: Macomb, IL
  • Turned Pro: 2004
  • College: Arizona State University

In the Bag

  • Driver: AMP driver 8.5, neutral
  • Fairway: S3 3wd  |  Mitsubishi Blue Board 73 S
  • Fairway: AMP 5wd neutral
  • Hybrid: AMP 22, open
  • Irons: AMP Forged 4-P

Season Summary

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Career Highlights

  • 2010 ‐ Contestant on The Golf Channel’s BIG BREAK Dominican Republic – Premiered September 2010
  • 2010: LPGA Tour Qualifying School Finalist
  • 2010: Two (2) victories on the Cactus Tour
  • 2009: One (1) victory on the Cactus Tour
  • 2009: Runner‐up on Golf Channel’s “BIG BREAK PEI”
  • 2008 : Sport’s Illustrated “Top 50 Hottest Athletes of All Time”
  • Voted One of the Four "Hottest Athletes in the World" by InGameNow.com and Sports Illustrated
  • 2004‐07 – Competed on Duramed Futures Tour and West Coast Ladies Tour
Collegiate Highlights:
  • Appeared in all 11 tournaments with one top five finish, three top 10 finishes and five top 25 performances 2002‐2003
  • One of the longest hitters in college golf‐ NCAA Long Drive Champion 2 out of 3 years
  • ASU Golf Team Captain 2002
  • Appeared with three top 10 finishes and five top 25 showings during the 2001‐2002 season
  • Ranked 37th in the nation in the final fall Golfweek/Sagarin poll 2001‐2002
  • Qualified for USGA U.S. Women’s Amateur 2000‐02