11 Things You Didn't Know About Ally Ewing

Learn more about three-time LPGA Tour winner Ally Ewing with these facts

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Ally Ewing is a three-time LPGA Tour winner who made her Solheim Cup debut in 2019. In 2023, she is enjoying a promising season with three top tens to take her career prize money to over $3.5 million heading into the AIG Women's Open .

But what more do you need to know about the American golfer? We take a look below.

11 Things You Didn't Know About Ally Ewing

1. Ally Ewing was born 25 October 1992, in Tupelo, Mississippi - though McDonald is her maiden name.

2. She grew up in Fulton in the same state, and first started playing golf competitively when she was 10-years-old. Ewing credits her family and Stanley Ramey, the course superintendent where she played in her formative years, as having the most influence on her career.

3. She won the Mississippi State Amateur twice, plus the North and South Women's Amateur.

4. The American played college golf at Mississippi State University, where she won five events. She graduated in 2015, after becoming a two-time First Team All-American at the university.

5. Ewing turned professional in 2015, and finished T22 at the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament to earn a conditional LPGA Tour card for the 2016 season. She played primarily on the Symetra Tour for that season though, where she finished second on the money list thanks to four runner-up finishes.

6. Ewing has played on the LPGA Tour full-time since 2017 and has three wins to her name so far. These include the 2020 LPGA Drive On Championship - Reynold Lake Oconee,  the 2021 Bank of Hope LPGA Match-Play and the 2022 Kroger Queen City Championship presented by P&G.

Ally Ewing hits a tee shot in front of an AIG Women's board

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7. She replaced Stacy Lewis on the American 2019 Solheim Cup team, where she won once and lost three times.

8. Ally started using her married named Ewing in late 2020, switching from her maiden McDonald after marrying her husband Charlie in May 2020. He is the head coach of the Mississippi State women's golf team.

9. Her best finish at a Major came in the 2019 ANA Inspiration - now known as The Chevron Championship - with Ally achieving a T6 finish.

10. Ally has Type 1 diabetes which she was diagnosed with right after learning she had secured her card pn the Epson Tour.

11. Her caddie is Kurt Moskaly , an Ohioan , who had previously been on the bag for two-time Solheim Cup player Megan Khang


Ryan has worked as a junior staff writer for Golf Monthly since 2021.