Jennifer Pandolfi | Head Coach
Alma Mater: Duke '08
Office Phone: 474-2909
After an illustrious career playing golf for Duke, Jennifer Pandolfi was named Head Coach of the West Florida women's golf team in February 2010. A three-year letterwinner at Navarre High School, Pandolfi joined Duke’s women’s golf program playing from 2004-2008.
Pandolfi originally joined the women’s golf team as a volunteer assistant coach in the fall of 2009 assisting in travel and instruction. A 2008 graduate of Duke University, Pandolfi brings with her an immense amount of experience as a prep and collegiate golfer. She was a part of three NCAA Division I national championship teams while at Duke, as well as four consecutive Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) championship squads. She was also part of one of the winningest teams in Division I women’s golf history, contributing to 27 tournament wins in four seasons.
Pandolfi was named ACC Freshman of the Year in 2005 and became the eighth Duke golfer in a row to do so. During her senior season she was awarded the Duke Senior Student-Athlete of the Year Award and following graduation received the prestigious Weaver James Corrigan Post-Graduate Honorary Award for outstanding athletics and academics.
As a junior golfer, Pandolfi was a member of the 2002 and 2003 Junior Solheim Cup U.S. Teams and a four-time Polo Golf Junior All-America selection. While attending local Navarre High School where she was a three-year letterwinner, she won the individual Florida High School Athletics Association (FHSAA) state championship in 2001 and claimed three American Junior Golf Association (AJGA) wins.
Pandolfi graduated from Duke in 2008 with a Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy. She is currently pursuing a second Bachelor's degree in biology at West Florida.