As the off season keeps players from competing on the Road to the LPGA, SymetraTour.com will run a new feature to keep fans in touch with the future stars of women’s golf. This edition of Time to Meet… features Florida native and two-year member Stefanie Kenoyer. The Furman alum was a two-time individual winner of the Southern Conference Women’s Golf Championship (2008, 2009) and was twice named the conference’s Player of the Year (2009, 2010) while competing for the Paladins. Kenoyer was selected to the All-Southern Conference Team each of her four years of her college career. In her rookie season in 2011, she made 12 starts, making six cuts and recorded a season-best T29 at the Tate & Lyle Players Championship. She would go on to record three top-20 finishes in 2012 including a career-best T17 at the Sara Bay Classic. See what television show she would like to be on, what has been the most rewarding charitable thing she has done and what music genre she loved as a kid.
Name: Stefanie Kenoyer
Education: Furman University (Political Science, 2011)
Official website: stefaniekenoyer.com
If you could be on a show based only on your personality or interests, which one would it be and why?
The Big Break- I love golf and I am a big-time competitor
What was your favorite board game growing up?
If you could witness any event past present, or future, what would it be?
The resurrection of Jesus
What was the hardest thing you’ve ever done?
Probably run a half marathon
What’s your biggest fear?
I do not like snakes or spiders
What’s the most pressure you’ve ever felt in tournament golf?
Playing in the 2009 U.S. Women’s Open
Describe the best meal you’ve had while on the road and where you had it…
I always love any home-cooked meal
What is one of your favorite quotes?
“A winner works hard to achieve success, a loser works hard to find a shortcut”
If you had one last round of golf to play, who would make up your foursome?
My dad, Tiger Woods and Adam Scott
Who do you admire and why?
Annika Sorenstam for what she did for women’s golf. And my two older sister who are my biggest role models.
Do you prefer Facebook or Twitter and why?
Facebook- I like to look at people’s pictures and see what they’re up to
What is the most rewarding charitable thing you’ve done?
I took mission trips to Costa Rica and spent a week building a house for a local pastor and his family. It was a great experience
What is your favorite sports team?
Describe your biggest sports accomplishment to date…
Qualifying for the 2009 U.S. Women’s Open
Name what you like most and least about being a professional golfer
Most- The friends I’ve made and getting to do what I love every day!
Least- Being away from my family for so long
If a movie were filmed about your life, who would play you?
What is your favorite country to travel to?
Spain- it’s beautiful and I can practice my Spanish
If you could play one pro sport besides golf, what would it be?
First concert you ever went to…
I think it was either *Nsync or Backstreet Boys. I loved those boy bands!
Three things you would bring on a deserted island and why?
Annie Brophy so she could entertain me with deserted island questions, a radio so we could dance and my swimsuit
What’s something you are looking forward to in the next year?
The birth of my third niece or nephew due in February
What do you consider to be the most valuable thing you own?
My golf clubs because they have the potential to earn me lots of money!
If you had one last practice round on the Symetra Tour, who would make up your foursome?
Sara-Maude Juneau, Emma de Groot, Laura Martin and Annie Brophy. I know that’s five but we all play fast :)