Dottie Pepper Biography
|Date of Birth:||1965 , August-17|
|Age:||52 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Height:||5 feet 5 inch|
|Birth Name||Dottie Mochrie|
|Birth Place/City||Saratoga Springs, New York, United States|
|Profession||professional golfer and television golf broadcaster|
|Married to||David Normoyle (m. 2010), Doug Mochrie (m. 1986–1995)|
|Divorce||Doug Mochrie (m. 1986–1995)|
|Awards||1981 state amateur and the 1981 and 1983 New York Junior Amateur titles|
Dottie Pepper is a pro-American golfer, who was one of the best golfers in the 90s; having received several awards. One of the best players with exceptional records, she had to bring her career as a player to an end after a series of serious injuries but has continued her efforts towards the game through broadcasting.
She won the GWAA Female “Player of the Year” in 1992, LPGA Tour “Player of the Year” 1992 and also the “Best Female” Golfer ESPY Award 1993 amongst many other prize and recognitions in her career.
Early Life And Education Of Dottie Pepper
Dottie Pepper's was born as Dottie Mochrie on 17th of August, 1965 in Saratoga Springs, New York. She was born in a family of sportsperson and her father Don Mochrie himself was a major league baseball player.
From a young age, she was encouraged to choose a career in sports and was free to select any game she liked. Eventually, she ended up with golf as she learned a fair bit of the game from her dad. As a child, she made quite an entry into the world of golf
Dottie Pepper's Career
Dottie Pepper made quite an entry into the world of golf, winning the 1981 State Amateur Cup and also the 1983 New York Junior Amateur Cup. Already a member of the U.S Junior World Cup team, she was also in the 1984 U.S. Women's Open. Despite her fame and popularity, there is no result regarding her net worth value in the media.
Although she decided to join commentary after ending her career in 2005, she nearly lost her post as an anchor as well after she made some bad comments about the American team that was participating in Solheim Cup, 2007. She was caught saying "choking freaking dogs" while the camera was still rolling although she didn’t realize that and later had to apologize to the team members.
Dottie Pepper's Net worth And Awards
Dottie Pepper has earned a massive amount of money from her golf career and contracts she deals with, which is estimated to be $6,285,049. She recently signed a deal with ESPN for golf broadcasting.
Pepper has received several awards. One of the best players with exceptional records, she had to bring her career as a player to an end after a series of serious injuries but has continued her efforts towards the game through broadcasting.
She won the GWAA Female “Player of the Year” in 1992, LPGA Tour “Player of the Year” 1992 and also the “Best Female” Golfer ESPY Award 1993 amongst many other prize and recognition in her career.
Dottie Pepper's Personal Life
Dottie Pepper is a married woman. She is married to David Normoyle since 2010. Pepper also had a few numbers of affairs in her life. Her dating life is of huge interest to her fans and we have some relevant information regarding that.
After she broke up with her first boyfriend, she got married to her first spouse Doug Mochrie in 1986 and they lived together till 1995, before getting divorced. They met each other when they were too young.
She then got married for the third time to her David Normoyle who is a historian as well as a writer of golf books in 2010. She is yet to reveal the details about her second marriage and husband.