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EMILY TUBERT TO COMPETE AS PROFESSIONAL

BY ANDRES FOCIL
EMILY TUBERT TO COMPETE AS PROFESSIONAL

Courtesy Shantal Lamelas, Yee & Dubin Sports, LLC

Burbank, California (June 5, 2014) — Emily Tubert, 2010 U.S. Women’s Amateur Public Links champion and three-time All American at the University of Arkansas, is turning professional to eventually compete on the LPGA Tour. Tubert recorded six (6) wins during her collegiate career and was just awarded the 2014 Dinah Shore Trophy. In addition, Tubert received a sponsor’s exemption into the 2014 Walmart NW Arkansas Championship presented by P&G in June.

Tubert possesses a decorated collegiate and amateur golf career. In 2012, she represented the United States as a member of the prestigious Curtis Cup team, and finished with a winning record against the Great Britian & Ireland team. In 2010, she won the U.S. Women’s Amateur Public Links in South Bend, Indiana. Tubert also joins current LPGA star Stacy Lewis as the only Razorback to be named a first-team All SEC selection during each of their four years at Arkansas.

Tubert will play a variety of professional events over the summer before entering LPGA Tour qualifying school in August.

Tubert has selected Los Angeles, California-based Yee & Dubin Sports, LLC for representation, which also represents New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and New Orleans Saints Head Coach Sean Payton.

For more information contact: Shantal Lamelas, Yee & Dubin Sports, LLC (213) 892-7420.



Sports Category : Golf (W)