Katie Futcher is a female American professional golf player. She was born on May 14, 1981 in Houston, Texas. She started playing golf when she was just 14 years old. She cites her parents as those who have the most influence on her. She looks up to her father who has taught her about dedication and work ethic. Futcher enjoys fishing, hiking, cooking, music, travelling, and spending time with family. She has a sister named Mary, who she loves spending time the most.
When Futcher was just an amateur, she became an NCAA All-American for 2002 and 2003. Aside from that, she also won the NCAA Academic All-American from 2001-2003. She was studying at The Pennsylvania State University at the time she won the awards, and she was also a member of the team that represented the United States to the 2004 World University Golf Championship in Thailand.
Futcher turned pro in August of 2004. In 2005, she competed on the Futures Tour, where she managed to record two top 10 finishes. The finishes include her season-best tie for ninth place during the YWCA FUTURES Classic. She also tied for fourth place during the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament, which earned her an exempt status for the following LPGA season.
By 2007, Futcher reached a tie for ninth place during the Safeway Classic Presented by Pepsi. She also carded her season-low of 67 during the Fields Open in Hawaii on the second round.
Futcher is still relatively new to the LPGA Tournament, and as such, she has not yet won a single event. She also has not yet won a single Major Championship title. To date, she has a total of $200,893 in career earnings, and sits at No. 351 on the money list.