Azahara Munoz

Spain

5'5"

2010

$3,196,244.75

Arizona State (Psychology, 2009)

Race to CME Globe

9

Rolex Ranking™

20

Azahara Munoz Bio

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A few things to know about Azahara Munoz:

  • Says her friends would describe her as happy, smiley, determined and a bit stubborn
  • If she could learn to do two things, Azahara would like to dance extremely well and to be a good singer
  • Purchased a home in 2013 and says she could max-out her credit card at Pottery Barn or West Elm
  • Coolest thing golf has enabled her to do? "Travel around the world and get to know people I would have never met otherwise."
  • If she could go anywhere for the day she would pick home or Bora Bora

5'5''...Started playing golf at the age of 8...Credits her father as the individual who influenced her career the most...Hobbies include playing tennis, shopping and being with her friends...Qualified for the Tour on her first attempt.

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Year to Date

Victories Top 10s Earnings
- 6 $584,731.00

Career

Victories Top 10s Earnings
1 24 $3,196,244.75

Tournament Results

All Azahara Munoz Results
Tournament Year Result
Marathon Classic presented by Owens Corning & O-I2014CUT
RICOH Women’s British Open 201412T

Spain wins the Inaugural International Crown

Team Spain

The emotion and thrill of representing one’s country was apparent all week in Owings Mill, Md. at the inaugural International Crown. But it was pure elation on the faces of the Spanish team when they earned the title of best golfing nation in the world.

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HSBC Women's Champions Final Round Notes and Interviews

Paula Creamer

Paula Creamer sank what may have been the putt of her career on Sunday to clinch her 10th career LPGA victory at the HSBC Women’s Champions.

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HSBC Women's Champions Third-Round Notes and Interviews

After a day that saw several players jockeying in and out of a share of the lead, No. 7 Karrie Webb took back control on the back nine to maintain her lead at the HSBC Women’s Champions

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