Ally Ewing Biography – Ally Ewing Wiki
Ally Ewing (maiden name Ally McDonald) is an American professional golfer who plays on the LPGA Tour. She won her first LPGA title on October 25, 2020, on her 28th birthday at the LPGA Drive On Championship-Reynolds Lake Oconee. She won her second LPGA title on May 30, 2021, at the Bank of Hope LPGA Match Play.
Ewing started playing golf competitively at the age of 10. She played college golf at Mississippi State University. She had a very successful amateur career. During her amateur career, she recorded several wins which include, the 2011 Big I National, Mississippi State Amateur, the 2012 Mississippi State Amateur, Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown, the Mississippi State Amateur twice, and the North and South Women’s Amateur, the 2013 NCAA Division 1 Central Regional, North and South Women’s Amateur, Old Waverly Bulldog Invite, and 2014 The Schooner Fall Classic, Old Waverly Bulldog Invite.
Ewing turned professional after graduating from college in 2015. She finished T-22 at the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament to earn a conditional LPGA Tour card for 2016. Ewing first played on the Symetra Tour in 2016, finishing runner-up four times and finishing second on the money list. She played full-time on the LPGA Tour since 2017. In 2019, she was called to the 2019 Solheim Cup team to replace an injured Stacy Lewis.
In October 2020, McDonald earned her first win at the LPGA Drive On Championship – Reynolds Lake Oconee. She becoming the first Mississippi State alum to win on that circuit. Speaking about the win McDonald said that, “I’ve never doubted my ability, but I’ve definitely questioned whether I would be able to win out here,” McDonald said. “It’s really hard to win out here. So, I’ve just really hung in there and tried to stick to my process since Day 1. That was able to get me in the winner’s circle today. I’m really thankful.”
Ally Ewing Age
She was born on October 25, 1992, in Tupelo, Mississippi, United States.
Ally Ewing Husband
Is Ally Ewing married? She is married to her husband, Charlie Ewing, the head coach of the Mississippi State women’s golf team since December 2020. Prior to being named the head women’s coach at Mississippi State, Charlie served as the assistant coach for the Mississippi State men’s golf program under head coach Dusty Smith, beginning in the 2017-18 season. While working as an assistant with the men’s program, Ewing helped to build an active streak of back-to-back NCAA Regional appearances in the first two seasons of Smith’s tenure. He played college golf at Vanderbilt.
Ally and Charlie Ewing were married on May 30, 2020, in Mississippi. Ally took shared snaps from their wedding, writing on Instgaram, “We joined together as one! No words can describe how amazing our wedding day was! Even in the middle of a pandemic, it was a perfect day that will be remembered forever.” She added: “Oh btw… my husband [Charlie Ewing] is a stud! #covid-19wedding #Mr.andMrs.Ewing.”
Ally Ewing Diabetes
Is Ally Ewing a diabetic? The golfer was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes in 2016. Ewing previously said about her personal story of battling Type 1 diabetes:
“When I found out (I had Type 1 diabetes) right after I got my tour card from the Epson Tour, the overwhelming feeling for me when my doctor called, it just felt like, how am I going to actually overcome this and I’m just now getting started on the LPGA. It was kind of like an, ‘Oh, no’ moment. In reality the doctors, technology, have advanced so far in the Type I diabetes community that if you really take care of yourself there are so many things out there for you to be able to manage it.
“It’s an everyday battle. Some days are different than the others, but you just manage it. You stay on top of things.”
Ally Ewing Career Earnings
Golfer Ally Ewing has earned $2,811,826 in career earnings. She earned $110,359 in 2016, $257,519 in 2017, $315,781 in 2018, $638,014 in 2019, $629,772 in 2020 and $663,150 in 2021.
Ally Ewing Net Worth
Ally Ewing’s net worth is estimated to be $2 million.
Golfer Ally Ewing Height
Ewing stands at a height of 5’6″.
Ally Ewing Caddie
Ewing’s longtime caddie is Dan Chapman. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Ewing helped support LPGA caddies. She sought contributions to the LPGA Caddie Relief Fund on Instagram, writing: “Dan Chapman is more than just my caddie. They are a part of my family, and as family we will always support each other. #LPGACaddies With the future holding so many unknowns, help us LPGA players support those in need.”
Ally Ewing Instagram
Ally Ewing’s Instagram is @a_mc10.