Aug. 14, 2014
San José State women's golf associate head coach and former LPGA player Dana Dormann is one of 60 LPGA legends competing at The Legends Championship at the French Lick Resort in French Lick, Ind., this weekend, August 15-17.
Play begins Friday and continues through Sunday on the Pete Dye Course at the French Lick Resort for the 2nd Annual Legends Championship benefiting the Riley Children's Foundation. The field includes five LPGA and World Golf Hall of Famers, defending champion Lorie Kane and another former Spartan Dina Ammaccapane.
A family affair for Dormann, her son, Jason, will be on the bag as her caddy throughout the week.
Dormann played nine years on the LPGA tour, winning the 1992 Las Vegas LPGA International and the 1993 McCall's LPGA Classic. A three-time All-American at San José State, she helped the Spartans win the 1987 NCAA Championship. Dormann is a member of the San José State Sports Hall of Fame and the Golf Coaches Association of America Hall of Fame.
The Legends Tour is the Official Legends Tour of the LPGA. The tour began in 2000 by LPGA professionals to showcase the talents of some of the greatest names in the history of women's golf. The Legends Tour has more than 120 members, including 12 LPGA and World Golf Hall of Fame members. Legends Tour players have over 675 combined LPGA Tour victories, including 70 major championships. In its 12 seasons, The Legends Tour has awarded more than $10 million in prize money and helped raise more than $13 million for charity. For additional information on The Legends Tour, log on to www.thelegendstour.com.