A Swing With Strength And Style

Lee-Anne Pace was once know for her smoking backhand and smooth slapshot. As a teenager, her athletic prowess took shape in tennis and ice hockey; she even played for South Africa’s national hockey squad. She forayed into graphic design, waitressing, and psychology before channeling her energy – and high sticking – into a different career.

The rest is the stuff of golf legend. Winner of the 2010 Ladies European Tour ‘Order of Merit,’ Lee-Anne had a successful amateur career in both South Africa and in the US before turning pro in 2005. She has since earned a string of top 10 finishes and five wins on the LET Tour. Lee-Anne plans to showcase her strong swing and stylish PUMA gear in her upcoming tournaments. 

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Lee-Anne’s Vitals

Nationality: Ico-southafricaSouth Africa
Date of Birth: February 15, 1981
Hometown: Mossel Bay, Western Cape
Training Camp: Kingswood Golf Estate, George, South Africa
Coach: James Petts and Val Holland
Lee-Anne’s Events:
  • LPGA & LET

Notable Performance

Ladies European Tour Order of Merit

Majilis Course at The Emirates Golf Club. Dubai, United Arab Emirates – December 09, 2010

Winner

Trophy Case

  • Ladies European Tour Order of Merit

    2010 Winner
  • Deutsche Bank Ladies Swiss Open

    2010 Winner Golf Club Gerre Losone, Switzerland
  • S4C Wales Ladies Championship of Europe

    2010 Winner Conwy, UK
  • Finnair Masters

    2010 Winner Helsinki Golf Club, Tali
  • Sanya Ladies Open

    2010 Winner Yalong Bay Golf Club, Sanya City, Hainan Province, P.R.C
  • Suzhou Taihu Ladies Open

    2010 Winner Suzhou Taihu International Golf Club, Shanghai
  • 2010 Henderson Money List

    First
  • Madrid Ladies Masters

    2009 - T5 Casino Club de Golf Retamares, Madrid
  • LET Randstad Open de France Dames

    2009 - T5 Anzin St. Aubin, Arras, France
  • SAS Ladies Masters

    2008 - T4 Haga Golf Club, Oslo, Norway
  • Western Athletic Conference Championship

    2005 Winner
  • Ohio Valley Conference Championship

    2003 Winner
  • World Amateur Championship

    Represented South Africa 2004, 2002
  • 2011 ANZ RACV Ladies Masters

    Final Position: T5 RACV Royal Pines Resort, Queensland, Australia
  • 2011 Allianz Ladies Slovak Open

    Final Position: T5 Gray Bear Golf Course, Tále, Slovakia
  • 2011 Tenerife Ladies Match Play 4

    Final Position: T6 Golf de Las Americas, Tenerife, Spain
  • 2011 DeutscheBank Ladies Swiss Open

    Final Position: T2 Golf Gerre Losone, Ticino, Switzerland
  • 2011 Ladies Scottish Open

    Final Position: T5 Archerfield Links, East Lothian, United Kingdom
  • 2011 Open de Espana Femenino

    Final Position: T2 La Quinta Golf & Country Club, Marbella, Benhavis, Spain
  • 2011 Suzhou Taihu Ladies Open

    Final Position: T3 Suzhou International Golf Club, Suzhou, China
  • 2011 Hero Women's Indian Open

    Final Position: T4 DLF Golf & Country Club, New Delhi, India
  • 2011 Omega Dubai Ladies Masters

    Final Position: 2 Emirates Golf Course, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
  • 2012 Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Open

    Final Position: T10 Archerfield Links, East Lothian, Scotland, United Kingdom
  • 2012 Deloitte Ladies Open

    Final Position: 3 Golfclub Broekpolder, Rotterdam, Netherlands
  • 2012 Deutsche Bank Ladies Swiss Open

    Final Position: T10 Golf Gerre Losone, Ticino, Switzerland
  • 2012 South African Women's Open

    Final Position: T2 Selborne Park Golf Club, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
  • 2012 Tenerife Open de Espana

    Final Position: T5 Las Americas Golf Course, Tenerife, Spain