Amelia Lewis

Amelia Lewis of the USALPGA & LET Professional, amassed more than 53 junior, amateur and professional titles., including the prestigious 107th North and South Women’s Amateur at Pinehurst (2009). She climbed to a number three ranking the Golfweek Women’s Amateur golf rankings and stayed there for more than nine months, before turning professional in April 2010 at age 19.

As a student at the Bolles School, (Jacksonville, FL) Amelia was a three-time All-First Coast Player of the Year (2006, 2007, 2008) and the 2009 Florida First Coast Scholar Athlete. Amelia amassed more than 50 junior, amateur and professional titles, including the prestigious 107th North and South Women’s Amateur at Pinehurst (2009). She climbed to a number three ranking the Golfweek Women’s Amateur golf rankings and stayed there for more than nine months, before turning professional in April 2010 at age 19.

Amelia also attended the University of Florida before turning pro. In her rookie campaign last season, playing in only eight events, she retained her LPGA Card. Earlier in January she also qualified for the Ladies European Tour (LET) by finishing 16th in the qualifying tournament. Earlier in February of this year, in her first official-money LET event, Lewis finished 22nd overall and was the top American in the LET’s Australian Masters. In the tournament’s second round she posted her career low round at eight under par.

  • In 2011, finished tied for 29th at the RR Donnelley LPGA Founders Cup.
  • In 2010, turned professional in April; finished second at the 2010 Alliance Bank Golf Classic on the LPGA Futures Tour.
  • LPGA Professional Golfer
  • Ladies European Tour 2012 Golf Rookie
  • 107th North & South Women Amateur Champion
  • Former ranked #3 Women’s Amateur

January 5, 2013