Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Remembering Golfer Heather Farr for Her Family and Friends

Heather Farr was an American professional golfer. Farr won three state championships at Xavier College Preparatory in Phoenix, Arizona. 
BornMarch 10, 1965, Phoenix, AZ DiedNovember 20, 1993, Scottsdale, AZ

From a friend of mine who had the privilege of watching Heather.
A nice video on Heather Farr. I had the privilege of watching Heather and Missy grow up thanks to my good friend Sharon
Sharon and I were involved in Reagan effort in both 76 and 80. Politics does make lasting friends. 
At Heather's services Vince Gill was on altar playing a song he wrote for her and Wynonna Judd led the priest in procession
The day she passed away was one of my days to take dinner to family

Farr won three state championships at Xavier College Preparatory in Phoenix, Arizona. She is a member of the National High School Sports Hall of Fame and the azcentral.com Arizona High School Sports Hall of Fame.
Farr enrolled at Arizona State University in 1982, where she played for the Sun Devils women's golf team. During her time at ASU she became a well-known golfer, both in Arizona and nationwide, winning the 1982 U.S. Girls' Junior[1] and 1984 U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links.[2] She played on the U.S. teams in the 1984 Curtis Cup and Espirito Santo Trophy. Upon graduation in 1986, she joined the LPGA Tour. Her best finish was a T-3 at the 1988 Mazda Classic

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