Former World Long Drive Champion
Career Highlights: A four-time international long drive champion, Heather LeMaster has traveled all over the world winning long-drive competitions and raising money for charity. LeMaster won the 2013 Re/Max World Long Drive Championship with a 306-yard drive and, also was runner-up in 2014 and third in 2012. LeMaster’s four international competition wins were in Mexico (two wins), the Dominican Republic and Sweden. Her competition record is a 331 yard blast at the 2011 Aldila Match Play Championship in Sweden and her personal best, a 358 yard drive at Lincoln Hills, California. A 2008 graduate from Sacramento State University, LeMaster played collegiate golf for the Hornets. She led her team to the 2007 Big Sky Conference Championship title, and other tournament titles. LeMaster continued to play amateur tournaments before turning professional and playing several mini-tour events. Growing up on a ranch in Sacramento, California, LeMaster’s other passion is horseback riding. As a young girl she competed with her horses all over the West and Midwest and accumulated more than 15 titles including several open titles.