Morgan was born on May 23, 1988, in Tampa, Florida of the United States of America. Subsequent to completing her school level from Omni Middle School, Pressel attended Saint Andrew’s School situated in Boca Raton in 2006.
Pressel got herself coached to play golf when she needed to stay with her grandparents after her mother’s sad demise from breast cancer. Despite the fact that she confronted a big trauma, the moment shaped her career.
Pressel began playing golf at a mere age of 12. Her aspiration to become a golf player made her famous by the name of the youngest competitor to get nominated for U.S. Women’s Open in 2001. By the year 2007, she had made herself an outstanding golfer by participating in 7 LPGA events.
After holding the record for several years, Morgan won the North and South Women’s Amateur and U.S. Women’s Amateur tournament. While climbing the ladder of success, she has also bagged 11 AJGA titles including the title of mature golfer. She proved herself to be a top competitor in every game that she played.
In 2007, Pressel competed in Kraft Nabisco Championship and won the title of the youngest winner of LPGA. She also made a record of hole-in-one while competing in Jamie Farr Owens Corning Classic in 2007. This victory helped her get ranked to the fourth place.
This was so important to me to play in this event. There is no better way to end my time in junior golf. Going out on top with this team is the way I wanted it.- Morgan Pressel
Morgan Pressel is a professional golfer. An elite sportsperson, Morgan is currently playing on the LGPA tour, which is the organization of professional female golfers. She was the youngest player qualified to play in a U.S. Women’s Open.
|Birthday||May 23, 1988|
|Age||29 Years Old|