Get to know Megan...

Megan was born and raised in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada. As a graduate of Kelowna Secondary School, she was recruited to play for the San Jose State Divison 1 Women's Golf Team on a full scholarship.

Megan was a letterwinner during all 4 years at SJSU. During her senior year and as the team captain, she individually won 2 tournaments, and helped the team to 2 wins. She was named to the First Team All Mountain West for the 2014-15 season, and had the 6th best stroke average for a season in San Jose State history. In 2015 she tied the school record with a 66 in the second round of the Bay Area Intercollegiate. In 2013 she was a part of the biggest single day comeback in Spartan history which gave the team a birth in the NCAA Divison 1 National Golf Championship. During her college career, she recorded 2 wins, 11 top 10 finishes, and 22 top 20 finishes. Academically, Megan graduated from San Jose State with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Recreation Management. She was named to the Dean's Scholar list for the 2013-14 school year.

 

Megan turned professional in August of 2015. She gained full status on the LPGA's Symetra Tour and has played 4 seasons on the Tour. Megan has also competed in many LPGA Monday Qualifiers and played in her first LPGA Tour event at the 2018 CP Canadian Women's Open. Megan's first professional win came in October of 2018 at The Preserve at Turnbull Bay in New Smyrna Beach, Florida. She shot an 11 under par 61 in the first round, breaking the course record and the record for all time lowest 18 hole score on the NWGA Tour. She finished the 3 round tournament at 17 under par. In 2019, Megan won a Sectional Qualifier in Bradenton, Florida to earn a spot in the 2019 US Women's Open at The Country Club of Charleston where she narrowly missed the cut by two shots. In addition to playing on the Symetra Tour all season, Megan also went on to compete in the 2019 Canadian Women's Open in Aurora, Ontario.