Kiara Hayashida
Kiara  Hayashida


Lima, Peru

High School:
Heritage Academy

Last College:



Georgia Second, Silva Zamora Third In LMCC

Georgia Second, Silva Zamora Third In LMCC


UGA, Silva Zamora 2nd After Day Two Of Liz Murphey

Georgia, Silva Zamora Second After Day Two of Liz Murphey


Georgia Second After Round One Of Liz Murphey Classic

Georgia Second After Round One Of Liz Murphey Classic


Georgia Golfers To Host 40th Annual Liz Murphey Classic

Georgia Golfers To Host 40th Annual Liz Murphey Classic


Georgia Women's Golf Inks Four

Georgia Women's Golf Inks Four

Courtesy: UGA Sports Communications Release: 07/10/2012

Know Your Bulldogs: Kiara Hayashida

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2011-12 Highlights
◊ Helped Peru to a runner-up showing at the 66th Annual "Copa Los Andes" - South American Team Championships - in November.
◊ That effort was Peru's best finish in more than a decade.
◊ Peru finished the event with wins over Ecuador, Uruguay, Paraguay and Venezuela and ties with Argentina, Brazil and Colombia.
◊ Played in one event for UGA, competing as a member of the Georgia "B" team during the Liz Murphey Collegiate Classic.
◊ Equaled her collegiate low loop with a 3-under 69 in the opening round of the Liz Murphey. Teed off from No. 10 and played the back side of the layout first. She turned at even-par after a bogey at No. 13 and a birdie at No. 17. Hayashida birdied No. 1, No. 3 and No. 5 en route to the clubhouse.
◊ That tally was the best effort of all nine Bulldog golfers competing in the event in placed her in a tie for third individually.

2010-11 Highlights
◊ In the lineup for the final three regular-season events, SECs and West Regional, chipping in counters at a solid .833 clip at those events.
◊ Posted a 71 on the opening day of the SECs, her first under-par loop as a Bulldog. Mixed five birdies with four bogeys for her first red number at UGA.
◊ Represented Peru in the World Amateur Team Championships in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and shot 314 to tie for 121st.

2009-10 Highlights
◊ Transferred to Georgia.
◊ In the lineup for the season-opening Match Play Collegiate but scratched after a back injury suffered in the practice round.
◊ Spent the fall recovering.
◊ Competed as an individual in the spring opener, the Lady Puerto Rico Classic.
◊ Paced the Georgia "B" team that competed in the Liz Murphey.

2008-09 Highlights
◊ Saw action in four events as a freshman at Pepperdine, posting a stroke average of 77.09 in 11 rounds.
◊ Best finish was a tie for 17th place at the Wave Invitational, where she shot 72-80=152.
◊ Recorded her best finish in a full tournament by tying for 39th at the Dick McGuire Invitational.
◊ Carded a 3-under 69 in the third round of the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown, her only sub-par round of the season.

Pre Collegiate
◊ Ranked as Peru's top amateur in 2008 and a member of the Peruvian national team for the South American Amateur Championships from 2004-08.
◊ Prepped at the Hank Haney International Junior Golf Academy (with Marta Silva Zamora) as a high school junior and senior.
◊ Won the 2007 South American Junior where she posted a two-stroke victory over UCLA's Maria Jose Uribe, the 2007 U.S. Women's Amateur Champion.
◊ Won Peru's National Match Play Championship in 2005, as well as the Callaway Junior World Championship and the Doral Publix Junior Classic in 2001.

◊ Born August 17, 1990, Kiara is the daughter of Luis Fernando Hayashida and Carmen de Hayashida.
◊ Major: Speech Communications.
◊ Erika Hayashida, her aunt, was medalist at the 1992 U.S. Girls' Junior, reached the finals of the 1993 U.S. Girls' Junior and played on the LPGA Tour.

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