Through a nationwide search for the best undiscovered female golfers, The Big Break III: Ladies Only found 10 women willing to put it all on the line in front of an international television audience in the hopes of making their dream of one day playing on the LPGA Tour come true. The grand-prize winner will receive entry into select LPGA tournaments, including the Michelob ULTRA Open at Kingsmill, May 5-8, and the LPGA Corning Classic, May 26-29.
The show pits golfers against each other in a variety of challenges that will test their physical skills and mental toughness. One golfer will be eliminated from the series each week, with the last woman standing awarded her Big Break, a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to play big-time tournament golf with the likes of Annika Sorenstam, Lorie Kane and Kelli Kuehne.
The contestants that will compete on the show are: Danielle Amiee, 28, a touring professional from Newport Beach, Calif.; Felicia Brown, 28, a contract specialist for the Department of Defense from Redondo Beach, Calif.; Tasha Browner, 23, a touring pro and golf shop manager from Tarzana, Calif.; Pamela Crikelair, 24, a golf newcomer and aspiring professional from Highland Beach, Fla., via Westchester County, N.Y.; Debbie Dahmer, 41, a deejay company owner and touring professional, from Escondido, Calif.; Jan Dowling, 23, a touring professional from Dallas, Texas, via Bradford, Ontario, Canada; Cindy Miller, 48, an LPGA teaching professional, from Silver Creek, N.Y.; Valeria Ochoa, 24, an assistant golf pro and mother of three from Miramar, Fla., via Medillin, Colombia; Sarah Sasse, 23, a touring professional from Lincoln, Neb.; and Liz Uthoff, 25, a teaching and touring professional from St. Louis, Mo.
Hosting the series will be The Golf Channels Vince Cellini and Stephanie Sparks, also a former LPGA Tour player.