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Official World Golf Ranking: 37
Born: Wed,May 14,1997 - Littleton, Colo.
Age: 25y 1m 23d, Nationality: US
Height: 5'7
Home: Westminster, Colo.
College: Wake Forest University
Turned Pro: 2019, Joined LPGA: 2019
Notes: Jennifer Kupcho started playing golf when she was about five years old. Her entire family played, so she wanted to make it an even foursome. She arrived at Wake Forest as one of the best golfers to come from the state of Colorado, and in May of her freshman year, was the runner-up in the NCAA Division I Championship. Reached the Round of 16 in the 2015 U.S. Women's Amateur. Named Colorado Women's Golf Association Player of the Year. Won a state championship and was the ru...

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Jennifer Kupcho

Jennifer Kupcho started playing golf when she was about five years old. Her entire family played, so she wanted to make it an even foursome.
She arrived at Wake Forest as one of the best golfers to come from the state of Colorado, and in May of her freshman year, was the runner-up in the NCAA Division I Championship. Reached the Round of 16 in the 2015 U.S. Women's Amateur. Named Colorado Women's Golf Association Player of the Year. Won a state championship and was the runner-up and the low-amateur in the Colorado Women's Open. A two-time Colorado Women's Golf Association Junior Player of Year and the first player in state history to be named both the CWGA Player of the Year and Junior Player of the Year in the same season. In the 2014 U.S. Girls' Junior, she was T-8th in stroke play and advanced to match play. Also T-8th in the Girls' Junior Americas Cup. Won the 2014 Colorado Junior PGA Championship and the Big I Junior Classic.
Freshman Season (2015-2016) Notes: Named All-ACC and Honorable Mention All-American. Finished with four Top-5 and seven Top-10 finishes, including runner-up at the ACC Championship and Bryan National Collegiate, T-4th at the Landfall Tradition, 5th at the Tar Heel Invitational, T-6th at the NCAA Stanford Regional, and T-6th at the NCAA Championship (5-under), becoming the first player in program history to conclude the NCAA Championship under par. Played in the 2016 U.S. Women's Open, missing the cut.
Sophomore Season (2016-2017) Notes: Named First Team All-American and All-ACC. Finished in the Top-5 in eight out of 10 events. Won Ruth's Chris Tar Heel Invitational, Landfall Tradition, NCAA Athens Regional. Finished runner-up at ACC Championship, Dr. Donnis Thompson Invitational and T-2nd at NCAA Championship. Finished T-3rd at Bryan National Collegiate and T-4th at Cougar Classic.
Junior Season (2017-2018) Notes: Played in 12 events and broke her own school record with a 70.60 scoring average. She won the 2018 NCAA Division I Championships individual title and became the first wire-to-wire NCAA Champion since 2002. First National Player of the Year in program history by winning the 2018 Honda Award. Also named first-team WGCA All-American and first-team All-ACC. She won four titles at the Ocean Course Invitational, Bryan National Collegiate, NCAA Tallahassee Regional, and NCAA Championship. Had six top-five and seven top-10 finishes, played 23 of 35 rounds at par or better and tied her own school 54-hole scoring record with a 15-under 201 to win the NCAA Tallahassee Regional. She was a member of the victorious United States teams at the 2018 Curtis Cup and Palmer Cup.
Became the No. 1 amateur in the world ranking (WAGR) in July 2018. Finished T-16th at the LPGA Marathon Classic.
Senior Season (2018-2019) Notes: She captured two titles, at the Tar Heel Classic and the Bryan National Collegiate, where she became the first repeat winner in the tournament's history. Kupcho set the NCAA record with 35 career rounds in the 60s and her nine career wins were one shy of the Wake Forest record. She finished T-23rd at the individual NCAA Championships and led the Demon Deacons to the NCAA Championship national title match before falling short to Duke in the finals.
Kupcho made history in April 2019 when she became the first female champion at Augusta National after winning the inaugural Augusta National Women's Amateur by four shots over Maria Fassi.
Kupcho turned pro after concluding her career at Wake Forest (finished T-23rd in the individual part, Wake Forest was 2nd and in the final match Kupcho lost to Jaravee Boonchant on the 19th hole).
2019 Notes: She earned her LPGA card by finishing 2nd at LPGA Q Series in 2018, but remained an amateur until after her final college tournament. She officially played in her first event as a professional at the U.S. Women's Open finishing T-62nd. Kupcho was able to play in 19 LPGA Tour events as a pro, making 11 cuts with 3 top-ten finishes. She was 39th on the money list with $525,432 in earnings and was 47th on the CME points list. Her first top-ten was a T-5th at the Marathon Classic. Was T-2nd at The Evian Championship, she shot a final round 66 to finish two back of winner Jin Young Ko. Was T-4th at the Toto Japan Classic.
2020 Notes: Played in 14 LPGA Tour events making 10 cuts with 2 top-ten finishes. Was 29th on the money list with $381,160 in earnings, she finished 28th on the CME points list. Wasa 2nd at teh ShopRite Classic, two shots back of winner Mel Reid. The next week was T-7th at the KPMG Women's PGA Championship. During the break from COVID-19 she won the Colorado Women's Open. It was her first professional title and she beat Carlota Ciganda by three shots and won $50,000.
2021 Notes: Was 2nd at the LPGA Drive On Championship at Golden Ocala, five shots back of Austin Ernst. She was 3rd at the ISPS Handa World Womans, a shot back of the Pajaree Anannarukarn/Emma Talley playoff.

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Career at a Glance: Starts: 73, Cuts Made: 54 (74%), Top Tens: 13 (18%) , Rounds: 236, Scoring Avg: 71.04, Career Earnings: $2,945,838 - Best Finish: 1st (2 times)
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