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Mike Brabenec, PGA & Billy Gibbs, PGA

Sep 19, 2009

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Nancy Henderson COO
A Class A member of both the LPGA and PGA, Henderson’s post at the T&CP has involved the day-to-day operations of the association, including its educational programs, tournament offerings, certification and testing. Prior to heading up the T&CP, she served for seven years as director of golf and general manager at LPGA International Golf Course – home course of the LPGA. At LPGA International, she planned, directed and supervised all aspects of daily operations, including management of the entire golf complex, clubhouse operations, food and beverage, golf course maintenance, marketing and public relations.

Henderson came to LPGA International after eight years at Orange Lake Resort and Country Club in Kissimmee, Fla., where she was named as the 1998 Director of the Year. She was honored as the T&CP’s National LPGA Professional of the Year in 2001, and followed up in 2003 and 2006, respectively, with Player of the Year honors for the LPGA Southeast Section.

A graduate of Southern Methodist University in Dallas, where she played on the women’s golf team, Henderson is a two-time U.S. Women’s Open Championship participant, a former member of the FUTURES Golf Tour, and a winner of 300 amateur tournaments.
The mission of the Duramed FUTU
RES Tour is to prepare the world's best young women professional golfers for a successful career on the LPGA Tour.


The Duramed FUTURES Tour is known as "the Road to the LPGA" and since 1999, it has been designated as the LPGA’s developmental tour. The LPGA acquired the Duramed FUTURES Tour in July 2007. LPGA achievements include:

More than 500 Duramed FUTURES Tour alumnae have gone on to earn LPGA membership.
Through 2008, Duramed FUTURES Tour alums own a total of 345 LPGA victories and 37 major championships.
Tour alums won 17 of 34 LPGA tournaments and two of the four major championships in 2008.
Nine alums won 17 LPGA titles in 2008, including seven by alumna Lorena Ochoa, who was the 2002 Player of the Year on the Duramed FUTURES Tour.
Twenty-one Duramed FUTURES Tour members earned 2009 LPGA Tour status at the LPGA’s Final Qualifying Tournament in December 2008.
The Duramed FUTURES Tour is the most established women’s developmental tour in the world, with 29 years of structured competition.
In 2006, the Tour signed a multi-year agreement with national title sponsor Duramed Pharmaceuticals, Inc., an innovator in women's healthcare pharmaceutical products.
The Duramed FUTURES Tour now operates under the ownership umbrella of the LPGA.
Tour’s 2009 schedule includes 17 tournaments in 14 states.
Tournament purse for 2009 is nearly $1.8 million.
Tour’s 2009 roster has attracted top women professionals from 31 different nations and 40 U.S. states
Average age of Duramed FUTURES Tour members is 25.08 years.
Average winning score on 2008 Duramed FUTURES Tour was 69.00, while average winning score on 2008 LPGA Tour was 68.44.

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