Janice Olivencia is having an outstanding year in golf! Read more about Olivencia here.
Janice Olivencia is the first Puerto Rico native to have played at the Women’s US Open! See what she had to say about making history after the jump.
“Perfection for me is giving the best you can and not leaving anything on the course. It isn’t about playing a perfect game but about having good timing, striving and putting your all into what you want.”
As a biography Janice Olivencia was born on the 16th of September in 1982. A Puerto Rico native, Olivencia turned professional golfer in 2005. She has attended the University of Texas.
Olivencia’s career awards and accomplishments in both her amateur days and professional include a win at the 1998 Caribbean Junior Island, selected All Big-12 Conference for three consecutive years as well as Big-12 Conference Player of the Year in 2002. In the same year Janice Olivencia was also a NGCA All American selection.
Olivencia currently golfs on the Duramed Futures Tour. To date she has competed in the Louisiana Pelican Classic, the Texas Hill Country Classic, the Ladies Titan Tire Challenge and the Duramed Championship to name a few. She has also competed on the Ladies European Tour. This season her best finish to date is T13.