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Former Razorback Kristin Ingram is Arkansas’ newest member of the LPGA DURAMED Futures Tour. Ingram’s story is an interesting one that began in a orphanage in Russia. Lisa Mickey takes a closer look at Ingram’s start in life and golf. Click here to read more.
Former Razorback Lucy Nunn is also a member of the Futures Tour. Nunn recently advanced through the first part of Qualifing or "Q" School and is hoping to earn her LPGA Tour card this fall. Check out all of Nunn’s recent escapades on her home page. Click here to read more.
Head coach Shauna Estes-Taylor and the Razorbacks are ranked No. 12 in the current Golfweek/Sagarin Rankings. Click here for a complete list. They are No. 11 in the Golfstat.com rankings. Click here.
Shauna Estes-Taylor isa YouTube hit. Check out all of her videos at this link.
Shauna Estes, the only four-time All-American in the history of Georgia women’s golf, will be inducted into the National Golf Coaches Association’s Hall of Fame. Estes, now Shauna Estes Taylor and the head coach at Arkansas, will be joined by LSU coach Karen Bahnsen and former Arizona State standout Wendy Ward in the NGCA’s enshrinement ceremonies during the organization’s convention in Las Vegas in December. Bahnsen becomes the 42nd member of the Coaches Hall of Fame, a list that also includes Georgia’s Liz Murphey and Beans Kelly. Estes and Ward become the 52nd and 53rd members of the Players Hall of Fame, joining greats such as Georgia’s Terri Moody and Cindy Schreyer. Read more here.