Ally Ewing is an American personality and a professional golf player. Ally plays for the LPGA Tour and currently leading the scoreboard at AIG Women’s Open at Walton Heath Old Course. So far, she has won three LPGA majors since she turned professional.
Ally Ewing Wiki
Ally Ewing is 30 years old and was born on 25th October 1992. She was brought up in Tupelo, Mississippi, U.S., and is a resident of Fulton, Mississippi, U.S. She had her education at Mississippi State University. Her father is Jamie McDonald while her mother is Angie McDonald and her younger brother is Andrew McDonald.
Ally was hitting a plastic golf ball in the backyard with his father at the age of 3. When she turned nine years old, she started taking golf more seriously as her father took her to the golf course. Meanwhile, her mother served as a third-shift employee during the night so she can sleep in the day.
Ally Ewing Career
Ally played college golf at Mississippi State University, where she won five events. She won the amateur event at her university twice, including the North and South Women’s Amateur. She was among the U.S. Team winning the 2013 Spirit International Amateur Golf Championship and the 2014 Curtis Cup. Ally turned professional after she earned a degree in 2015.
After that, she earned the LPGA Tour card for 2016 after finishing T-22 at the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament. In 2016, she played for the Symetra Tour and finished the competition as the runner-up around four times, enlisting as the second person on the money list. After that, she started playing for the LPGA Tour as a full-time contender.
In 2019 she stood for the Solheim Cup team, replacing the injured Stacy Lewis. In October 2020, Ally Ewing won the LPGA Drive On Championship, her first victory. The first tournament was created after the cancellation of Asian events due to the coronavirus or COVID-19 pandemic.
Ally Ewing is available on Twitter with the handle name – @allymc10, which she joined in December 2011, and since then, she has gathered around 4K followers. She is available on Instagram with her name – @a_mc10, where she has 8,546 followers with 186 posts. Most of her posts on Instagram belong to the surroundings of her tournament events, shoots, and marriage pictures.
Ally Ewing Biography
|Real Name||Ally Ewing|
|Birth Date||25 October 1992|
|Age (as of 2023)||30 Years|
|Birth Place||Tupelo, Mississippi, United States|
|College||Mississippi State University|
|Height||in feet inches – 5’ 6” – in Centimeters – 168 cm|
|Weight||in Kilograms – 62 kg – in Pounds – 136 lbs|
|Who is her husband?||Charlie Ewing|
Ally started using her name as Ally Ewing after marriage in late 2020. She belongs to a Christian family and is married to Charlie Ewing. Her husband, Charlie, is the head coach of the Mississippi State women’s golf team. As of now, there is no report on Ally’s children.
Charlie Ewing got down on his knees, proposing to the only lady of his life on 27th December 2019. Ally posted the captured moment on Instagram and revealed that she would be “Mrs Ewin” soon.
In the LPGA Tour list, Ally Ewing has her name at the rank no.112 for the total 144 career events played. She earned the total money for all the events played so far, that is, $3,708,840. So, we can assume that she might have a net worth equivalent to 3 million.
- Ally Ewing had to endure obstacles handling her golf tournaments and events because of Type 1 diabetes.
- Most recently [as of August 2023], she is ranked at number 1 for the LPGA Tour event – AIGWomen’ss Open and at 33rd place in the LPGA Tour events. If she wins the most recent LPGA Tour event- AIGWomen’s Open, she will earn the prize of $7,300,000.
- After 2021, she has won around two LPGA events, summing up to more than $2.2 million in prize earnings.
- She has played more than 92 events in her career life.
- Ally is the most encouraging personality, and people describe her as a woman with a smile.
- She has four amateur and three professional winnings after becoming professional in 2015. She has earned at least one honor from 2011 to 2014, including Big I National, Mississippi State Amateur, Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown, NCAA Division 1 Central Regional, North and SouthWomen’ss Amateur, The Schooner Fall Classic, and Old Waverly Bulldog Invite.