Meg Mallon

Professional Golfer
Women's Professional Golfer (1987 - 2010)
18 LPGA Tour Wins - four majors
Eight Solheim Cup events
Michigan Golf Hall of Fame (2002)
World Golf Hall of Fame (2017)

Meg Mallon

Professional Golfer (1987 - 2010)

Meg Mallon was born in Natick, Massachusetts and started playing golf at the age of seven. She attended Mercy High School in Farmington Hills, Michigan and went on to The Ohio State University where she earned All-Conference honors in 1984 and 1985 and was the runner-up at the 1985 Big Ten Championships. She joined the LPGA tour in 1987 and had a breakout year in 1991 winning four times including two majors as well as being named Female Player of the Year. During her Professional Golf career which extended until 2010, Mallon won a total of 18 LPGA tour events, four of which were major championships in addition to representing the United States in eight Solheim Cup events. During the LPGA’s 50th Anniversary celebration in 2000, Mallon was named one of the top-50 players and teachers. Meg Mallon was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 2017 and was elected to the Michigan Sports Hall of Fame in 2008 and inducted in 2010.