Meg Mallon was born on April 14, 1963 in Natick Massachusetts. She was enrolled in Mercy High School in Farmington Hills, Michigan and proceeded to join the Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. She now resides in Ocean Ridge, Florida USA.
As an amateur, Meg won the Michigan Amateur Championship in 1983. She formally was member of the LPGA Tour when she became professional in 1987. She was awarded Female Player of the Year in 1991 by the Golf writers Association and the LPGA William and Mousie Powell Award in 1999. She was also recognized at the Michigan Golf Hall of Fame.
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When Meg first played in the LPGA’s qualifying tournament, she was unable to earn her tour card. But in the end she finished high to claim a non-exempt status. 1987 was her year as a rookie when she made five cuts in the 18 tournaments that she played in.
She gathered a professional record of a top 10 rank in the Money list when she played at the LPGA Oldsmobile Classic, US Women Open, Daikyo World Championship of Women’s Golf and the LPGA Championship, and claimed her second best finish both in 1991.
It was not an easy season for Meg when she started as a professional golfer. But between 1993 to 2004, Meg was successful in the PING Welch’s Championship, Sara Lee Classic, Cup Noodles Hawaiian, Star Bank LPGA Classic, JC Penney Classic, Naples LPGA Memorial, Wegman’s LPGA, BMO Canadian Women’s Open, Jamie Farr Opens Corning Classic and helped her get consistent and established in her career.
By the end of her season in 2004 she won at least 18 events on the tour alone. This included four major championships namely: 1991 LPGA Championship, 1991 and 2004 U.S. Women’s Open, and the 2000 du Maurier Classic plus Kraft Nabisco in 1996 and 1999. The next year, she competed eight times in the Solheim Cup held in the United States.