Laura Fuenfstueck Biography – Laura Fuenfstueck Wiki
Laura Fuenfstueck is a German professional golfer. She currently competes on the Ladies European Tour (LET). Fünfstück began playing golf at the age of 3 years old when her parents bought her first set of plastic clubs. As an amateur, she won the 2013 Internationaux de France (Trophee Esmond) the 2016 CSU Fall Invitational, the 2017 German National Amateur, and Kiawah Island Intercollegiate. In 2016, Fuenfstueck represented Europe at the Patsy Hankins Trophy.
Fuenfstueck turned professional in 2018 and played on the Ladies European Tour. During her rookie year, Fuenfstueck made five starts and recorded a best finish a T8 in the Lalla Meryem Cup. In 2019, Fuenfstueck competed in 19 tournaments, and recorded 6 top-10 finishes, she finished the season ranked ninth on the Order of Merit. In 2018, she won the South African Women’s Masters. Fuenfstueckwon at Windaroo Lakes ALPG Pro-Am in 2020.
Fuenfstueck attended the College of Charleston in Charleston, South Carolina where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in Finance. Between 2013 and 2017, she played collegiate golf at the College of Charleston. While there, Fuenfstueck was named Player of the Year in the Colonial Athletic Association conference, finishing top-25 in the 2017 NCAA Championship. She was the first female golfer from the College of Charleston to advance to the NCAA National Championships and hold the school record for most college tournament wins (5-time winner).
Laura Fuenfstueck Age
She was born on December 21, 1994, in Langen, Hesse, Germany.
Laura Fuenfstueck Height
She stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches (1.68 m) tall.
Laura Fuenfstueck Net Worth
Laura Fuenfstueck’s net worth is unclear.
Laura Fuenfstueck Instagram
Her Instagram handle is @laurafuenfstueck