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STARBORN STARS

   Laurel Gill   

Stephanie Peareth 

Laurel is a Lieutenant in the United States Navy. She graduated from the United States Naval Academy in 2011 with a Bachelors of Science in Oceanography and a minor in French. During her time at the Naval Academy Laurel created the USNA Women’s Golf Team which is now a D1 Varsity sport. She also participated in Power Lifting and qualified for Nationals two years in a row. Lieutenant Gill is a Meteorology Oceanography Officer stationed in San Diego and she also plays golf for the US Navy and the US Armed Forces teams.



 

Stephanie turned professional and joined LPGA after graduating in 2014.  Dreams of playing on LPGA Tour were cut short after being diagnosed with an incurable brain condition October 2014. This resulted in 3 brain surgeries to date, January 2015, July 2015 and December 2017. After having to make some major life changes in order to live as close to a normal life as possible, Girls Golf came into my life and gave me a purpose after I thought golf was lost. Girls Golf saved my life and pulled me out of a dark place and gave me a new career. Each year I compete in the LPGA TCP National Championships which Is something I was told would not be possible. Stephanie is now an LPGA Class A Professional, the Girls Golf of Miami Director, and the 2018 National Sandy LaBauve Spirit Award Recipient.  I love to make the most of being out on the course so looking good, colorful and fun is my main priority.

 



 

Christi Dorece 

Christi is originally from Cincinnati, Ohio and  played Division I Golf at The University of Toledo. She is a LPGA Class A Teaching Professional and has had over 19 years of experience working and learning from several Top 100 Instructors. Christi is also TPI Certified for Golf Specific Training and is a certified instructor in LPGA Teaching HER classes. She has worked with players on the LPGA, Symetra Tour, and various mini-tours, and continues to compete in professional events, with a career low round of 65.