Swing into spring with Soroptimist International of Saratoga County and Honorary Chair, Dottie Pepper!
Make plans with friends now to join SISC for the Second Annual Spring Fever Golf Tournament! Your attendance and sponsorship of this event will fund local grants and global initiatives supporting our mission of improving the lives of women and girls! We look forward to your contribution to help make a difference!
The golf tournament is a scramble format. Golf includes 18 holes of world class golf, lunch, and dinner, golf cart, access to the driving range, raffles, prizes, and more! It is open to all ability levels.
For more information, please contact the Spring Fever Committee: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms. Pepper’s bio is below.
Dottie Pepper is the lead walking reporter for CBS Sports’ coverage of the PGA Tour, Masters, and PGA Championship. She is a 1987 graduate of Furman University with a B.A. in Health Sciences. After an accomplished junior, college, and amateur golf career, she went on to play 17 years on the LPGA Tour, winning 17 times, including 2 major championships and one additional win on the JLPGA Tour. She represented the United States six times in the Solheim Cup matches, compiling a 13-5-2 record. She retired from competitive golf in 2004. She has covered all levels of televised golf, including every major championship, international team events, as well as national amateur championships for ESPN, Golf Channel, NBC and CBS. Dottie served as a member of the PGA of America Board of Directors from 2012-2015 and the NENY PGA Board of Directors from 2009-2015. She was the recipient of the 2016 William D. Richardson Award, presented by the Golf Writers Association of America for her consistently outstanding contributions to golf. She is also a 2018 inductee to the New York State Golf Association Hall of Fame.
Dottie is the author of the 2021 release, Letters to a Future Champion: My Time with Mr. Pulver.” She lives in Saratoga Springs, NY, and is a fan of skiing in the Northeast, farmers’ markets, gardening, dogs, World War II history, and fast cars.