Carolin Landmann
Carolin Landmann


Dreieich, Germany

High School:
Max-Euth School





Fall 2003: Participated in all four fall tournaments as a senior, ranking third on the squad with a 76.58 stroke-per-round average...shot even par twice: in the first round of the NCAA Fall Preview (9/12) and the final round of the Landfall Tradition Collegiate (11/2)...posted one Top 20 finish, tying for eighth at the Landfall Traditional Collegiate with a season-low, seven-over par 223 (75-76-72).

Summer 2003: Played for Team St. Leon Rot for both the men's and women's club teams...helped the women's squad win the Baden Wuertemberg Championship and advance to the first league of Germany...assisted the men's team to a win at Baden Wuertemberg and a runner-up finish in the German National Team Championship...on an individual level, she won two state tournaments and made matchplay at the British Lady's Amateur Championship, shot a summer-low 68 in the President's Cup and was nominated for a spot on the 2004 German National Team.

2002-03: Played in all 11 tournaments as a junior, earning first-team All-Conference USA, Louisiana Sports Writers Association Player of the Year and first-team All-Louisiana honors...finished second on the team with a 74.91 stroke-per-round average...finished 76th in the final Golfstat Cup standings and ranked 94th by Golfweek Magazine...shot par or better four times, including a school-record 67 in the third round of the USF/Beacon Woods Invitational (10/13)...led the team in scoring three times, including a co-championship at Beacon Woods when she tied a school-record and set a personal-best with an even-par 216 (72-77-67)...named C-USA Golfer of the Month for October after averaging 73.3 strokes-per-round while posting a trio of Top 10 finishes, including the co-win at Beacon Woods...earned C-USA Commissioner's List and Dean's List honors, and was named to Tulane's 3.0 Club.

Summer 2002: Won virtually every tournament she participated in back in Germany, winning all four Ladies' State Ranking tournaments, emerging victorious at the International German University Championship and claiming the Club Championship of the Golf Club Manheim-Vierheim with a one-under par 215 (69-67-79)...was the No. 1 player on the GC Manheim Vierheim - a men's team on which women are allowed to play on invitation - where she helped the squad finish as the second-highest ranked league in the country and helped the team rise to the first State League of the Baden-Wuertemberg area.

2001-02: Participated in all 11 tournaments as a sophomore, earning first-team All-Conference USA and All-Louisiana honors after posting a team-leading 75.80 stroke average...shot par or better five times, including a season-low 70 in the final round of the USF/Waterlefe Invitational (3/19)...posted seven Top 20 finishes, including a co-victory at the Edwin Watts/Palmetto Women's Invitational with a four-over par 220 (76-72-72) and an outright title at the Green Wave Women's Golf Classic with a season-best, three-over par 149 (75-74)...led the team in scoring four times, including a second-place tie at the Baylor-Tapatio Springs Schootout where she tied her season-low plus-three 147 (76-71)...named C-USA Golfer of the Month for March after averaging 75.00 strokes per round and posting Top 15 finishes in all three tourneys that month...off the course, earned NGCA All-Scholar Team honors and was named to the C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll.

Summer 2001: Played for club team Mannheim as the team's No. 1 golfer, finishing summer as the top-rated player in both the men's and women's divisions...won the Women's State Championship with a 228 (78-76-74) and represented Tulane at the International Student's Championship of Germany where she finished second...won Pride of the President Tournament with a 71.

2000-01: Played in all 10 tournaments as a true freshman and led the team with a 79.03 stroke-per-round average...shot a season-best two-under par 70 in the final round of the Auburn Tiger-Derby Invitational (9/10)...led the team in scoring four times, including the Conference USA Championship when she fired a 228 (76-76-76) to finish tied for seventh...posted three Top 20 finishes, including a 10th-place tie at the Auburn Tiger-Derby Invitational when she shot a season-best 227 (77-80-70).

Prior to Tulane: Took a year off of school to work in New York and compete with the German National Team...invited by the Spanish Golf Federation to play in the 2000 Sherry Cup...played in the Spanish Ladies Amateur Championships...played for Mannheim in the Bundesliga League, the highest league in Germany...finished fifth in the Galeria Kaufhof, the National Open Championship of Germany.

Prep: Played club golf for Neuhof and learned under coach Willy Hofmann...helped lead club team to the Hessenmeister Championship in 1998...won the German Amateur Title in 1999, and ranked third in the Ladies German rankings...played in the European Juniors Team Championship in Italy and finished 10th in the Finnish Ladies Amateur Championship in Helsinki, Finland...shot a 66 in a club tournament sponsored by ALDIANA Travel Tours...also played tennis for coach Claus Peter Falk where she helped lead the team to the Bezirksliga title in 1997...graduated fourth in her high school class.

Personal: Born Carolin Martha Charlotte Landmann on May 6, 1980, in Offenbach, Germany...daughter of Hermann and Lore Landmann...has one brother, Frank, and one sister, Simone...majoring in accounting and finance.