We speak to former LPGA Tour star and six-time Solheim Cup player, Dottie Pepper about her career in golf.
Pepper excelled as a golfer as a junior and went on to play on the LPGA Tour for 17 years, winning 17 times and claiming two Major championships.
She represented the United States six times in the Solheim Cup matches, compiling a 13-5-2 record, before retiring from competitive golf in 2004.
Since then, Pepper covers all levels of televised golf for ESPN, the Golf Channel, NBC, and CBS. She was the recipient of the 2016 William D. Richardson Award, presented by the Golf Writers Association of America, for her consistently outstanding contributions to golf, and in 2018 she was inducted to the New York State Golf Association Hall of Fame.