Golf Career

After college, Anna dedicated herself to golf full-time and started working with professional coaches. Today she credits her coaches, full-time swing coach Dana Dahlquist and short game specialists Dave and Ronnie Stockton, for helping her take her game to the next level.

She finished top ten in her 1st professional event, 5th in the Orient Masters in China, and easily qualified for the Futures Tour. During her first season on the Futures Tour, Anna had 2 top-10 finishes, and ranked 22nd in scoring average. In November 2005, Anna traveled to Spain to the Ladies’ European Tour School, where she qualified in 3rd place, and earned her 2006 tour card. In 4 seasons on the European Tour, Anna had 6 top-ten finishes. In 2007, with a top-20 finish at Q-school, Anna qualified for the Ladies Professional Golf Association.

Since joining the LPGA tour Anna has had top-10 finishes on the LPGA, Korean LPGA and Australian LPGA tours and also set the course record (64) in the 1st round of the 2009 Canadian Women’s Open. Anna has competed in over 150 golf tournaments including the US Open, British Open and LPGA championship and continues to participate in charitable and corporate golf outings.