Leta Lindley

DSC_0310We are proud to have retired LPGA Tour Professional Leta Lindley as a part of our family. Leta has played for Josi the past five years and continues to help raise funds to support research for Prader-Willi Syndrome. While on tour, Leta was a consistent performer on tour and is a former LPGA Corning Classic Champion. Leta continues to play in many charity events around the country. It is people like Leta that make Josi’s, Harold’s, and all those battling PWS future brighter. Because of her work with Prader-Willi Syndrome, Leta was invited by First Lady Michele Obama to join her nationwide initiative “Let’s Move!” to eliminate childhood obesity. Leta is a role model for young girls to get out there and enjoy golfing.

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About Leta


5’4”…Started playing golf at the age of 9…Credits her parents Marlin and Diep Lindley, golf teacher Ludwig Keehn and husband Matt Plagmann as the individuals most influencing her career…Inducted into the National Golf Coaches Association Players Hall of Fame on Jan. 23, 2006…Married Matt Plagmann on Feb. 3, 1996…Gave birth to son Cole Plagmann, in 2004, and daughter Reese Plagmann, in 2006, which she considers her greatest achievements…Hobbies include scrapbooking, cooking and playing with her children…Qualified for the Tour on her first attempt…Affiliated with the Leta Lindley Prader-Willi Classic and supporting the Prader-Willi Syndrome Association since 2009. Retired in September 2012 and currently serves as the Tournament Director for the Leta Lindley Prader-Willi Classic.

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