Congratulations to Stacy Lewis on making history by winning the Rolex LPGA Player of the Year Award!
In doing so, she became the 1st American to win the LPGA’s most prestigious award in 18 years. What a year; four tournament wins, almost $2 million in earnings, #3 in the world in the Rolex Rankings and two cars!
Here’s how one prominent golf publication covered it:
Electronic Arts announced that Stacy Lewis would be included in the newest version of their “Tiger Woods PGA Tour” golf video game.
The 2013 Version with also feature 3 other LPGA players as well as the LPGA logo for the first time.
Congratulations to Brittany Lincicome and Stacy Lewis for winning a brand new 2013 Kia Optima Limited each. At the season ending CME Group Titleholders, Brittany was presented with her Kia Optima for winning the Kia Power Drive Award. This award recognized the LPGA Player who was the tour’s longest driver. This year, Brittany averaged 276 yards which was 5 yards further than the 2nd place finisher. Stacy was presented with her new 2013 Kia Optima for winning the Kia Drive to the Top Award. It goes to the LPGA player who finishes the season with the most Top 10 Finishes and in 2012, Stacy had 16 top 10 finishes in 26 events played.
Stacy Lewis partnered with Betsy King to win the ISPS Handa Heroes Charity Event. Stacy and Betsy earned a collective $60,000 for their charities Scoliosis Research Society (SRS.org) and Golf Fore Africa (GolfForeAfrica.org). Stacy followed this event by announcing that she would also donate a further $20,000 to the SRS.
CME Group announced that they have signed an endorsement agreement with Brittany Lincicome. CME Group is the world’s leading derivative marketplace and the title sponsor of the LPGA CME Group Titleholders which serves as the final event of each LPGA season. Brittany Lincicome is a 5 time winner on the LPGA Tour, including a major, a 3 time US Solheim Cup team member and has never finished outside of the top 3 in driving distance since joining the tour in 2005.