1960 – Born on June 24th in Santa Cruz, California. American golfer.
1980-1982 – Inkster won the U. S. Women’s Amateur three years in a row.
1983 – She joined the LPGA tour, winning one of the eight tournaments she entered.
1989 – Inkster won the Nabisco Dinah Shore.
1992 – Inkster tied for the lead in two major championships, but lost both playoffs, to Dottie Mochrie in the Nabisco Dinah Shore and to Patty Sheehan in the U.S. Women’s Open.
1997 – She went over $3 million in career earnings by winning the Samsung World Championship in a three-way playoff, her first victory.
1999 – On September 26th, Inkster became the 17th member of the Ladies’ Professional Golf Association Hall of Fame when she won the Safeway LPGA Golf Championship by six strokes.
2000 – Inkster won three more championships, including a repeat victory in the LPGA, becoming only the third player to win that title in consecutive years.
– She was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame.
2002 – Inkster won her second U. S. Women’s Open title by shooting a 66 in the final round to overcome Annika Sorenstam’s two-stroke lead.