(November 13, 2022)–We are proud to welcome LPGA Tour player Amanda Doherty to the Fidelity Sports Group family. Amanda has signed with FSG for worldwide representation, marketing and career management.
2022 has been a successful season for Amanda as a rookie on the LPGA TOUR. Amanda’s season was highlighted by 8th place finish at the ISPS Honda World Invitational, a 13th place finish at the MEDIHEAL Championship and a 14th place finish DIO Implant LA Open. Additionally Amanda played in her first major championships, making the cut at both the US Women’s Open and Evian Championship. Notably, Amanda is in the Top 20 on the LPGA Tour in driving distance, putting average and total eagles.
2021 marked Amanda’s first full season as a professional golfer. As a member of the LPGA’s Epson Tour, Amanda was a model of consistently as she recorded eight Top 6 finishes in 19 events. The consistent performance at the top of the leaderboards earned Amanda a spot in the Top 10 of the Epson Tour Money List, her LPGA Tour membership for 2022 and 2021 Rookie of the Year Honors on the Epson Tour.
A graduate of Florida State University, Amanda was a multiple time All-American and leader of the Seminole’s women’s golf program. While in Tallahassee, Amanda posted one victory, and twelve Top 10 finishes in 41 events. She also competed in the inaugural Augusta Women’s Amateur, making the cut and finishing in a tie for 21st place. She graduated from FSU in the spring of 2020 with a degree in sports management.
“We are very excited to be joining Amanda’s team. She has quickly progressed to the LPGA Tour and claimed her spot as one of the Tour’s rising stars”, said Drew Carr, Partner at Fidelity Sports, “it is a rare combination in professional golf for an athlete to be top ranked amongst their peers in both distance and putting. That combination will allow Amanda to consistently compete for trophies on Sunday afternoons. She has a very bright future and we are humbled to be in her corner.”
Amanda will be co-managed and represented by FSG partners David Moorman and Drew Carr.