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Katherine Hull Sets Sights on Mobile Bay LPGA Classic

Katherine Hull Sets Sights on Mobile Bay LPGA Classic

Katherine Hull Competes in the Mobile Bay LPGA Classic
Golf has always been Katherine Hull’s cup of tea. A successful player in her junior and college years, she placed 10th in the 1999 Junior World Golf Championship.

In 2002, she entered the World Amateur Team Championship, where she enjoyed victory along with her Australian team. She landed her first playing card from LPGA in 2004. To her credit, she earned it on her first try. And she has continued to be a high achiever in the game of golf.

Despite getting her start at the young age of 12, Katherine still took several years to approach the golf game professionally. “I was surprised at how long it took me to start setting goals again and really challenge myself. I’d say the first four or five years, I really accepted mediocrity and didn’t have any challenges in golf. For someone who was really driven in junior golf and college golf, that was really surprising,” she said during an interview with the Press-Register.

Katherine was also one of 144 players who vied for glory last April in the Mobile Bay LPGA Classic, formerly known as the Avnet LPGA Classic. The event was held at Magnolia Grove’s Crossing Course. She ranked sixth place last year in that tournament.

She openly admits that she enjoys the layouts and greens of the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail courses. She hopes to be able to play the courses more often.

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