Celine Boutier has won at every level.
With double-digit professional wins under her belt, Boutier built upon a successful amateur career that featured wins at the 2012 European Ladies Amateur Championship and the 2015 British Ladies Championship.
During her collegiate career at Duke, the Frenchwoman won four events as an individual and helped her team win the NCAA national championship in 2014. That same year, Boutier was awarded the Women’s Golf Coaches Association Player of the Year.
Turning pro upon graduating from Duke in 2016, Boutier earned her LPGA through the now-Epson Tour following a two-win season in 2017.
As an LPGA rookie in 2018, Boutier earned more than $300,000, making 16 of 25 cuts and finishing 61st on the money list. In 2019, she earned her first LPGA Tour victory at the ISPS Handa Vic Open.
With a handful of wins on both the LPGA and Ladies European Tour, Boutier continues to gain form. After beating Georgia Hall in a playoff at the LPGA Drive On Championship in March of 2023 and with top-10 finishes in four of the five women’s majors, Boutier looks to be a player in major championships in this season and beyond.