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Candy Hannemann
Courtesy: Duke Sports Information
Release: 09/21/2018
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Candy Hannemann, a native of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, enjoyed a spectacular career on the links from 1999-02, helping the Blue Devils to four ACC championships and a pair NCAA titles in 1999 and 2002. In 2001, she received the Honda Award, an honor presented annually to the top player in the nation, after winning three of her five career individual titles including the NCAA crown by posting a four-day score of 75-72-69-69=285 before capturing the championship in a playoff at the Mission Inn Golf Resort in Howey-in-the-Hills, Fla. One year later, Hannemann propelled Duke to the ACC crown by claiming medalist honors with a three-round, even par total of 216 at the Salem Glen Country Club in Clemmons, N.C., and then shot a team-low score of 68 in the final round of the NCAA championship as the Blue Devils won the second national title in program history. Following her senior season in 2002, she received an All-American Scholar citation from the Women’s Golf Coaches Association and the four-time All-ACC and two-time All-America selection finished her career with 28 top-20 finishes, 23 top-10 showings and 16 top-5 placements along with a 74.26 stroke average in 112 career rounds. Hannemann’s eight-year career on the LPGA Tour was highlighted by six top-10 finishes.

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