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Giulia

BIO

Large natural landscapes, safaris and excursions have characterized her childhood, spent in Kenya, where, very young, she moved with her parents. After giving up professional tennis ideas, she has focused on golfing, following her father advice, also to use golf as a social platform. When she was 16 she moved to the United States to study and pursue her sporting development on golf courses. In 2012 she turned professional and immediately showed her skills in 2013 Symetra Tour, where she finished in second place and was appointed as " Rookie of the year " . She continued her rise in LPGA, being able to rely on an outstanding regularity in tournament rankings. In addition to playing golf she is passionately dedicated to photography and kite surfing and still maintains a strong link with Africa and its nature.

CAREER

Olympics
• 2016 Rio Olympics (T53)

2017
• Pure Silk-Bahamas LPGA Classic, 57T, $3,769

2016
• Manulife LPGA Classic, 65T, $3,551
• Cambia Portland Classic, 33T, $7,997
• Walmart NW Arkansas Championship, 8T, $41,469
• LPGA Volvik Championship, 39T, $6,596
• Pure Silk-Bahamas LPGA Classic, 51T, $4,597

2015
• Conditional LPGA Status plays full time Symmetra
• Posted nine top-10 finishes including five top 5's in a row on the Symetra Tour
• Finished second on the Symetra Tour's Volvik Race for the Card money list to earn LPGA membership for the 2016 season

Career Highlights:

2016:
• 19 events, 7 cuts made, $72,953

2014:
• 18 events, 8 cuts made, $48,225 (114)
• Recorded a season-best finished of T23 at the Meijer LPGA Classic Presented by Kraft

2013:
• Finished 2nd in the Symetra Tour’s Volvik Race for the Card (Official Money List) to earn Priority List Category 9 for the 2014 LPGA Tour season.
• Played on the Symetra Tour – Road to the LPGA and won Gaelle Truet Rookie of the Year honors.
• Earned her first professional victory at the Friends of Mission Charity Classic and recorded four additional top-10 finishes.

2012:
• Turned professional in October.

Gallery

Check out Giulia's Photos and all her events"





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Charity

Take a look at the causes Giulia follows with passion. Click on the links for more information.

  • Val Skinner Foundation

  • Big Life Kenya

  • Fondazione Germano Chincherini



Projects

Check her projects.

  • LiveIn Magazine

  • Alfajiri Villas



Meet her team




Francesco Conti

FM Sports Promotion
Manager

Matteo Meroli

FM Sports Promotion
International Relations

Matteo Ala

Bottega per Comunicare
Communication, press and social media

Jorge Parada

Coach

Alvaro Alonso Prada

Caddie










Contact Giulia





Val Skinner Foundation

When my friend and fellow professional golfer, Heather Farr, was diagnosed with breast cancer, it was a shock to her family, friends and the world of professional golf. Women are not supposed to get breast cancer at age 24, and they are not supposed to die at 28. Her death meant there needed to be a stronger message sent to caution young women about the disease. After much time investigating and identifying the appropriate way to raise awareness among young women in our country, the Val Skinner Foundation, Susan G. Komen for the Cure and the Cancer Institute of New Jersey worked together to co-conceptualize the young women's initiative, a multifaceted approach to educating young women as well as healthcare providers regarding breast cancer risks and early breast cancer detection. More info : www.valskinnerfoundation.org

Big Life Kenya

Big Life was co-founded by photographer Nick Brandt and award-winning conservationist Richard Bonham in September 2010. Since its inception, Big Life has expanded to employ hundreds of Maasai rangers—with more than 40 permanent outposts and tent-based field units, 13 vehicles, tracker dogs, and aerial surveillance—protecting 2 million acres of wilderness in the Amboseli-Tsavo-Kilimanjaro ecosystem of East Africa. Big Life was the first organization in East Africa to establish coordinated cross-border anti-poaching operations. More info : www.biglife.org

Fondazione Germano Chincherini

La Fondazione Germano Chincherini – ONLUS (Organizzazione Non Lucrativa di Utilità Sociale) nasce nel Dicembre 2001 per volontà testamentaria di Germano Chincherini, scomparso prematuramente nel Giugno 2000. E’ stata costituita e dotata delle risorse iniziali dalla moglie di Germano, Helena Malm, che ha osservato scrupolosamente e con assoluta fedeltà la volontà di Germano, assumendone nel contempo la Presidenza a vita. Ha ottenuto il riconoscimento quale ONLUS (Organizzazione Non Lucrativa di Utilità Sociale) da parte del Ministero delle Finanze, ed è stata iscritta nell’albo degli enti che possono beneficiare del contributo IRPEF del 5 per mille. Gli scopi istituzionali della Fondazione Germano Chincherini sono la tutela e l’aiuto a favore di bambini, giovani e infanti poveri e bisognosi, con particolare riguardo alle situazioni più disagiate dei paesi del terzo mondo, senza dimenticare supporto e sostegno a favore di altre istituzioni religiose e laiche operanti nello stesso settore. More info : www.fondazionechincherini.it