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  Tiffany Joh
Tiffany Joh

Player Profile
Hometown:
San Diego, CA

High School:
Rancho Bernardo

Height:
5-6

R/L:
Right

2008-09 -- Earned Honorable Mention All-America honors in 2009 to become the first four-time All-American in UCLA women's golf history ... Also earned 2nd Team All-Pac-10 acclaim ... Recorded six Top 20 results as a senior, including a seventh place finish at the Regional Challenge ... Posted a record of 3-0-0 in the Collegiate Match Play Championship ... Tied for 21st at 290 (+2) in the Kraft Nabisco Championship ... Completed her eligibility with a career counter percentage of 93%.

Summer of 2008 -- Won her second U.S. Women's Amateur Publinks title ... She defeated Jennifer Song 2 & 1 of Korea in the final for the title ... In stroke play, she tied for 21st with scores of 75-78--153 (+7) at Erin Hills GC in Wisconsin ... At the U.S. Women's Amateur, she lost 1-up in the first round of match play to Jane Chin of Mission Viejo ... In stroke play, she tied for 13th with scores of 74-70--140 (E) at the Eugene CC.

2007-08 -- Earned consensus first-team All-America honors ... Named the Pac-10 Golfer of the Year and a first-team All-Pac-10 selection ... Played on the victorious U.S. Curtis Cup Team and posted a record of 2-1-1 ... Tied for first after 72 holes at the NCAA Championship, but lost on the first extra playoff hole ... Posted scores of 74-69-72-72--287 (-1) and tied with Azahara Munoz of ASU ... Tied for first at the Kent Youel Invitational with teammate Maria Jose Uribe after posting scores of 72-73-72--217 (+1) ... Led the team in scoring average (71.8), Top 10 finishes (10), rounds under par (15), rounds under 70 (6) and counter percentage (97%) ... Her season scoring average ranked second on the all-time UCLA charts ... Twice named to the Director's Honor Roll in 2007-08.

Summer 2007 -- Playing as an amateur, she tied for 22nd at the LPGA Safeway Classic in August with scores of 74-70-71--215 (-1) ... Advanced to the third round of the U.S. Women's Amateur Publinks ... Tied for 15th in stroke play with scores of 71-74--145 (+1) ... Defeated Mia Kabasakalis of Alameda, 3 & 2 in the first round ... Won 2 & 1 in the second round against Aimee Neff of Carmel, IN. Lost 4 & 3 to Tonya Choate of Mt. Vernon, MO in the third round ... In the U.S. Women's Amateur, she tied for 12th in stroke play with scores of 69-74--143 (-1) ... In the first round she defeated Spain's Azahara Munoz in 21 holes ... Won 6 & 5 against Andrea Messer of Largo , FL in the second round ... Lost in 20 holes to Ha-Na Jang of Korea in the Round of 16 ... Won the Bucaramanga Open in Colombia as a guest of Maria Jose Uribe.

2006-07 -- Earned 2nd Team NGCA All-America honors and 1st Team All-Pac-10 acclaim ... Won the 2007 Pac-10 title with a birdie on the second extra playoff hole against ASU's Anna Nordqvist ... Posted rounds of 74-70-74--218 (+2) ... Tied for second at the NCAA West Regional with scores of 70-68-68--206 (-10) ... Placed fifth at the NCAAs with scores of 73-70-76-72--291 (+3) ... Led the team with a stroke average of 73.0, 14 rounds under par and nine rounds under 70 ... Earned 2nd Team All-Pac-10 Academic honors and was named to the Director's Honor Roll all three quarters.

Summer 2006 -- Won the 30th U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links Championship at Walking Stick GC in Pueblo, CO ... Finished third in stroke play with scores of 70-68--138 (-6) ... In match play she defeated Aimee Neff 5 & 4 in the first round ... Beat Amanda Costner 5 & 4 in the round of 32 ... In the round of 16, she defeated Juli Wightman 5 & 4 ... Beat Maria Jose Uribe 3 & 2 in the quarterfinals ... Defeated Sara Brown 3 & 2 in the semifinals ... In the 36-hole final, she beat Kimberly Kim 6 & 5 by playing 31 holes in 11-under par with the usual match play concessions ... Also recorded an eagle from 110 yards on the 29th hole of the final to extend her lead to 6-up with seven holes to play ... Her victory marked the first time since 1981 that a UCLA player had won the USWAPL ... Played on the victorious American team that won the USA-Japan matches ... At the U.S. Women's Amateur, she tied for second in stroke play with scores of 73-68--141 at Pumpkin Ridge GC ... In match play, she defeated Alice Kim 4 & 3 in the first round ... Lost in 19 holes to Jennie Arseneault in the round of 32 ending her six-match USGA winning streak.

2005-06 -- Earned GolfWeek and NGCA 1st Team All-America honors ... One of just three UCLA players ever to earn 1st Team All-America honors as a freshmen ... Also named 1st Team All-Pac-10 and 2006 Pac-10 Newcomer of the Year ... Tied for the team lead with a 73.1 scoring average and five Top 10 finishes ... Led the team with seven Top 20 finishes ... Added six rounds under par and four rounds under 70 ... Led the team with a counter percentage of 96% ... Tied for third place four times: at the UNLV Collegiate, the Wildcat Invitational, the Lorena Ochoa Invitational and at the Pac-10 Championship ... Posted her lowest round of 68 (-3) in the final round of the Wildcat ... Finished the season ranked 10th by GolfWeek ... Three-time member of the Director's Honor Roll.

2005 -- Tied for 19th at the U.S. Amateur with scores of 72-75--147 (+7) ... Defeated Michelle Jamen of Wilmington, NC, in 19 holes in the first round ... Lost 2-up to Jenny Suh of Fairfax, VA in the second round ... Tied for 13th at the ANZ Ladies Masters in Australia with scores of 73-63-73-72--281 (-7) ... Her second round 63 (-9) included a double-eagle on the final hole.

2004 -- Won four junior tournaments and placed no worse than sixth in four others ... Won the AJGA Las Vegas Founders with scores of 69-72-69--210 (-6) ... Won the Lennar Junior at Mission Hills with scores of 70-72-68--210 ... Won the Toyota/Honda Junior at Coto de Caza with scores of 79-66-69--214 ... Won the Aaron Baddeley World Junior Championship in Fiji with scores of 71-72-66-70--279 ... Her victory in the Baddeley World Jr. earned her an amateur exemption into the ANZ Ladies Masters in Australia the following year ... Ended the season ranked eighth among junior players and earned 1st Team AJGA Rolex All-America honors ... Tied for 21st in stroke play at the U.S. Junior Girls Championship with scores of 70-78--148 (+7) at the Mira Vista GC in Ft. Worth, TX ... Won 6 & 4 vs. Kelsey Meyer of Chesterfield, MO in the first round ... Lost in 20 holes to Jennifer Hong of Windemere, FL in the second round.

High School -- Two-year 1st Team All-North County selection at Rancho Bernardo HS ... Earned 2002 San Diego Junior Golf Assn. Player of the Year honors ... Earned two varsity letters for Coach Ed O'Connor ... Also earned AJGA HP Scholastic All-America honors.

Personal -- Began playing golf at the age of 12 because her parents live on a golf course ... Chose UCLA for its "academics, coach, team, facilities and colors" ... Has one older brother ... Plays the piano ... Ten-time member of the Director's Honor Roll in her academic career ... Graduated in Spring 2009 with a 3.45 cumulative gpa and a degree in Communication Studies ... Full name is Tiffany Sung-hee Joh.

Career Statistics

Year

Starts

Rds

Victories

Top 10

Top 20

Rnds < Par

Rnds < 70

Avg.

Low

2005-06

10

29

0

5

7

6

4

73.1

68

2006-07

11

34

1

6

8

14

9

73.0

67

2007-08

11

34

1

10

11

15

6

71.8

65

2008-09

9

27

0

2

6

3

2

74.0

65

Totals

41

124

2

23

32

38

21

72.0

65


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