Shauna Estes, the only four-time All-American in the history of Georgia women's golf, was inducted into the National Golf Coaches Association's Hall of Fame in December 2008.
Terri Moody, the first female to receive a full athletic scholarship to the University of Georgia and the 1981 AIAW individual medalist, was inducted into the NGCA Hall of Fame in 2000.
Georgia's Beans Kelly (right) was the youngest coach ever inducted into the NGCA Hall of Fame when she was enshrined in 2000, her final season as head coach of the Lady Bulldogs.
Cindy Schreyer, the 1984 NCAA individual medalist who went on to win nearly $1.5 million on the LPGA Tour, was inducted into the NGCA Hall of Fame in 1999.
Legendary Liz Murphey Georgia's long-time Senior Woman Administrator and women's golf coach, was inducted into the NGCA Hall of Fame with its inaugural class of honorees in 1984.