Missie Berteotti
Western Pennsylvania Golf Hall of Fame
Class of 2018

Berteotti competing in the Inaugural U.S. Senior Women's Open Championship at Chicago Golf Club - Photo courtesy of the USGA
Inducted Tuesday, November 20, 2018 at The Club at Nevillewood


Missy Berteotti grew up playing golf at Valley Brook Country Club and quickly knew that the game of golf would drive her future. She won back-to-back Pennsylvania State Championships in 1980 and 1981 and three straight Women’s Golf Association of Western Pennsylvania titles from 1982 to 1984. These amateur accolades led Berteotti to play collegiately at the University of Miami, where she took medalist honors at the 1984 NCAA Championships. That same summer, Berteotti made it to the quarterfinals of the U.S Women’s Amateur Championship. In 1986, Berteotti got her LPGA Tour card in her first attempt. That was the start of her 14-year career on the Tour, which included one win, the Ping Welch’s Classic. Berteotti made over $1 million in earnings in her career and recorded top ten finishes in all four major championships. Now that her professional playing career is complete, Berteotti continues to teach the game.

About the WPGA
Founded in 1899, the Western Pennsylvania Golf Association is the steward of amateur golf in the region. Started by five Member Clubs, the association now has nearly 200 Member Clubs and 33,000 members. The WPGA conducts 14 individual competitions and 10 team events, and administers the WPGA Scholarship Fund.