As I start my professional career, I am looking for financial support to help out with tournament expenses. Above is my GoFundMe link where you can find more information on the process. Anything helps and thanks so much!
My name is Kennedy Swann and I just finished my 5th year of eligibility at Ole Miss. In these years, I had 2 Collegiate wins: the Illini Invitational at Medinah and the East Lake Cup. In case you missed it, my team and I won the NCAA Division I Championship this past May at Greyhawk Golf Club. Since then, I made history as the first female golfer to ever win the Oregon Open Invitational since it started in 1905. I received a sponsors exemption into the LPGA Marathon Classic this past July. I advanced to Stage 2 of Q-School and missed Stage 3 by 1 stroke. I have received my 2022 Symetra Tour Card, and will be competing full time on the Symetra Tour in hopes to gain my 2023 LPGA Tour Card. Check in with my schedule for upcoming events!
ECWPGT @ Rino Pinar
January 26th-28th in Orlando, FL
ECWPGT @ Red Tail GC
February 7th-9th in Orlando, FL
ECWPGT @ Eagle Crest GC
February 14th-16th in Orlando, FL
Florida's Natural Charity Classic (Symetra)
March 4th-6th in Winter Haven, FL
Carlisle Arizona Women's Golf Classic (Symetra)
March 17th-20th in Mesa, AZ
See Symetra Website for Remaining Tournaments
"In the inaugural episode of the Golfmother Podcast, I talk with 2021 NCAA Champion and Ole Miss golf alum Kennedy Swann. We talk college golf, balancing academics and athletics, her journey to go pro and much more. I also dive into my hypothesis about the talent vs. work ethic debate and have an epiphany. What does it mean to work smarter not harder? Why can't you get anywhere on talent alone? We'll discuss all this as well as why I started this podcast and a sneak peak of future guests." -Grace Halcrow, Golfmother Podcast Host
Mississippi In A Minute
In this Podcast, musician Steve Azar Interviews collegiate golfer Kennedy Swann. Episode on July 16th.