Professional Golfer Isabelle Beisiegel is said to be in fine health! Read all about Beisiegel’s achievements in both her amateur and professional career.
Isabelle Beisiegel is a professional golfer who was diagnosed with Grave’s Disease in 2005. Doing fine after surgery, Beisiegel’s main goal in life is to win on the LPGA Tour someday.
As a biography Isabelle Beisiegel is a professional American Golfer who was born on February 6, 1978 in Montreal, Canada. Beisiegel is a graduate from the University of Oklahoma. She turned professional in 2001. Isabelle began playing golf as early as the age of five years old.
During her amateur career Beisiegel won several awards and attended many competitions. She was named the Quebec Junior Ladies Champion in 1994, 1995 and 1996. Isabelle was also a member of the Canadian National Golf Team, a Big 12 Conference Medal award winner twice, an NCAA Honorable Mention All American and a Quebec Amateur Champion.
Some of Isabelle’s professional achievements to date include winner of the Women’s Colorado Open in 2002, Order of Merit winner BMO Canadian Women’s Tour and a competitor on the LPGA Tour since 2004. One year later unfortunately Isabelle was diagnosed with Grave’s Disease.
In 2007 she attended the Men’s Canadian Tour Q-School and scored 72-70-74-68.