Pam Buff
Pam Buff


Duluth, GA

High School:


Fall 2000: Participated in all five tournaments ...Finished T-14 at the Memphis Women's Intercollegiate with rounds of 80-77-81...Finished the fall season with an 80.93 stroke average.

Summer 2000: Quarterfinalist in the Women's Trans-National...Shot 74-79 in the Georgia Open to finish 14th overall.

Spring 2000: Posted top-10 finishes in three of six tournaments...Named the Conference USA Player of the Year...Named to the C-USA All-Tournament Team and a NGCA All-Scholar Team selection...Best showing was in the Green Wave Golf Classic, finished third (76-76-75=226)...Her 73 in the Conference USA Championship was a season low for the team...Finished sixth in the LSU/Cleveland Golf Classic (79-75-81=235)...Finished the season with a 77.33 stroke average.

Fall 1999: Only golfer to participate in all five fall tournaments . . . Finished second at the Edwin Watts/Palmetto Intercollegiate with a 75-74-68=217 . . . Her 68 was a career low and the season low for the squad. . . Had four top-20 finishes . . . Finished with a 76.33 stroke average for the season.

Summer 1999: Shot a 68 to win the Atlanta qualifier for the U.S. Amateur . . . Qualified for match play in the Women's Western Open, Women's Trans-National and the Women's North-South Amateur . . . Lost to No. 1 ranked collegiate player, and eventual winner, Beth Bauer on the 18th hole in the second round of match play at the North-South Amateur.

Spring 1999: A National Golf Coaches Association Honorable Mention All-American, Buff earned Player of the Year honors from Conference USA, the Louisiana Athletic Directors Association and the Louisiana Sports Writers Association. Posted 74.79 stroke average for the year, earning first team all-Conference USA and all-Louisiana honors . . . Captured the Conference USA Individual Championship for the second consecutive season (73-75-74=222) . . . Finished tied for 13th at the NCAA East Regional (73-73-76=222) . . . Buff was Tulane's top finisher in nine of 10 events . . . Ended the 1998-99 season with eight top-10 finishes in 11 tournaments, including four top-4 finishes in six spring events. Shot five rounds at par or better. Named to the NGCA All-American Scholar Golf Team.

Fall 1998: Finished the fall as the 17th rated player in the country with a 74.14 scoring average through five tournaments . . . Posted three top-10 finishes in five fall events . . . Won the Beacon Woods Invitational with rounds of 74-72-75=222 . . . Was individual runner-up in the Lady Paladin with 76-72-74=222 . . . Finished tied for seventh in the Rainbow Wahine Invitational with solid rounds of 72-73-74=219 . . . Shot 150 at the Auburn Invitational and 73-76-77=226 at the Lady Seminole.

Summer 1998: Played in the 1998 U.S. Women's Amateur.

Spring 1998: Conference USA Player of the Year and Freshman of the Year . . . C-USA individual champion with rounds of 72-73-76=221 . . . Rewarded for outstanding freshman year by becoming only the second Tulane golfer in history to qualify for the NCAA East Regional Championships at Duke University . . . Had eighth place finishes in both the LSU/Fairwood Invitational and the USF River Wilderness Invitationals with scores of 225 and 228 respectively . . . Finished the 1997-98 season with a 76.34 scoring average, the then lowest in school history.

Fall 1997: Played in all five tournaments for the Green Wave ...Had two top-10 individual finishes...Runner-up in the Green Wave Golf Classic with rounds of 76-78-74/228...Finished 8th in San Diego State Classic with a 227 total...Shot a three-day total of 230 at both the Lady Seminole and Auburn Tiger Invitationals...Team low scoring average of 76.47 for fall semester ... Individually rated 67th in the country... Led the Wave in three of five tournaments.

Prep: Spent summer of 1997 competing on the American Junior Golf Association Tour...AJGA honorable mention All-American recognition in 1996...Won AJGA IZZO Colorado Classic with rounds of 74-76-78/228... Finished seventh in 1996 AJGA Buick Junior ...Qualified for match play of the 1996 USGA Junior Girls Championship with rounds of 76-74...Runner-up in 1996 Illinois Junior Girls Championship ...Runner-up in the Illinois Junior World Qualifier with scores of 74-73...Twice won the Chicago Tribune Player of the Year Award for women's golf...Was a sectional champion for two years...Made the all-state team in 1994, 1995 and 1996 ...Finished third in the state championship in 1996...A four-year all-conference selection...Shot an 18-hole best of 71 and a nine-hole best of 34...Led the Fillies to a third place finish in the state...Also a four-year starter in softball...Member of National Honor Society.

Personal: Born in Atlanta, Ga. to Richard and Karen Buff...Has an older brother, Rick, who played golf at the University of Oklahoma...Father played golf at Cleveland State...Enjoys biking, hiking, music and movies...Majoring in chemical engineering.