Lynnette Brooky

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Lynnette Brooky
Personal information
Full name Lynnette Teresa Brooky
Born (1968-01-25) 25 January 1968 (age 49)
Wellington, New Zealand
Height 1.64 m (5 ft 5 in)
Nationality  New Zealand
Residence Wellington, New Zealand
Spouse Ian Godleman
Career
Turned professional 1994
Current tour(s) Ladies European Tour (joined 1995)
ALPG Tour
Professional wins 9
Number of wins by tour
Ladies European Tour 4
ALPG Tour 4
Other 1
Best results in LPGA major championships
ANA Inspiration DNP
Women's PGA C'ship DNP
U.S. Women's Open T12: 2002
du Maurier Classic DNP
Women's British Open T14: 2003

Lynnette Teresa Brooky (born 25 January 1968) is a New Zealand professional golfer. She turned professional in 1994 and has spent her career playing mainly on the Ladies European Tour (LET). She has won four LET tournaments including back to back French Opens, one Telia Tour event in Sweden and a further four in Australia. Her best finish on the LET Order of Merit through 2005 was fifth in 2003. She represented New Zealand in the 2005 and 2007 Women's World Cup of Golf. With career earnings now approaching €1 million, she has placed in the top-20 seven times on the LET Order of Merit and has also amassed a further 56 top-10 finishes worldwide.

Personal life[edit]

Brooky has of late become more involved in a specialist teaching career following her marriage to English PGA Golf Professional Ian Godleman. EGTF qualified she currently divides her time teaching at Manor Park and Titahi Bay Golf Clubs while also teaching at various locations worldwide including Greece, Mauritius, South Africa and her native New Zealand where she has been the No.1 and most established Lady Touring Professional over a fifteen-year period . Brooky's teaching has seen her set up and become director of her very own golf consultancy and travel company called Pro Golfing Tours LTD.[citation needed] She is now setting up her Academy back home in New Zealand at her home clubs.

Amateur wins[edit]

  • 1992 New Zealand Strokeplay Championship
  • 1993 NSW 72 Hole Strokeplay Championship, New Zealand Amateur Matchplay Championship, Australian 72 Hole Strokeplay Championship

Professional wins (9)[edit]

Ladies European Tour wins (4)[edit]

ALPG Tour wins (4)[edit]

  • 2003/04 Mollymook Women's Classic
  • 2004/05 Peugeot Australian Rotarians ALPG Charity Classic, Sapphire Coast Ladies Classic
  • 2006/07 Aristocrat Sapphire Coast Ladies Classic

Other wins (1)[edit]

Team appearances[edit]

Amateur

Professional

  • World Cup (representing New Zealand): 2005, 2006, 2007

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