Born on August 22, 1985 in Richmond, Virginia, you’d never expect a Duke University scholar to be out on the course, hitting golf balls and making a living out of it at an early age. Well, that’s exactly what this young Texan golf phenom decided to do. As an amateur golfer, Britanny wowed everyone by bagging back to back wins in the Women’s Western as well as the Women’s North & South championships.
Britanny can thank her family for her golfing success. She started playing golf at the age of nine and she even grew up in a family of golfers as well as a community of golfers. Her brother, Luke Lang even managed to win the All-Conference Golfer of the Year title at Arkansas Tech in the years 2002 and 2003. McKinney, Texas is also full of USGA champions such as Killi and Hank Kuehne as well as Hunter Mahan.
Britanny debuted as an amateur player in college. While still an amateur, Britanny already had a record of three top-five finishes. With her talents in golf, Britanny helped Duke take home a series of team wins and managed to land at the nationwide top 10 ranking. Aside from this, Britanny also had other accomplishments as an amateur. She was a member of the USA Junior Solheim Cup in the year 2002, she won eight American Junior Golf Association Tournaments, she was named NCAA Division 1 Women’s Freshmen of the Year for 2003 by the US National Golf Coaches Association. In the year 2008, Britanny has already garnered $381,648 for her Worldwide 2008 tournament earnings and a total of $1,315,449 worldwide career tournament earnings.
To date, Lang continues to play in the LPGA however she has not been able to win any events so far.