Brigitte Thibault enters her third year on the Amateur Squad as the longest returning player. The Fresno State senior had a solid year, notching six top 10 finishes during the 2019-20 NCAA season and collecting a win at the 2020 Women’s Western Amateur Championship. Thibault, a native of Rosemère, Que, represented Canada on the international stage at the inaugural 2019 Augusta National Women's Championship and picked up a team bronze medal at the 2019 Pan American Games.
Q: What are some of your nicknames?
B or Bri.
Q: How did you get into golf?
Still unknown, I had injuries with cheerleading and switched to golf. I got the hang of it quickly and got addicted.
Q: How do you mark your golf ball?
1 black line with 2 red hearts
Q: Do you have any siblings?
2 older sisters Julie & Laurence
Q: What was the last book you read?
Mastering the mental game.
Q: Who would you play in a movie about your life?
Q: What is something most people don’t know about you? Any hidden talents?
I am a really shy and a sensitive person on the inside. I consider see myself as a nerd who works really hard for what she wants. I trick someone’s brain thinking I know what they’re going to tell me because my brain can recap someone’s lips and sound faster than they say it, so I am able to say it at the same time as that person.
Q: What exercise do you dread the most?
Not a specific one but Cardio.
Q: What was the last picture that you took on your phone?
A view picture.
Q: What is the best thing about your hometown?
Q: Do you have any superstitions?
No, but I do believe everything that is meant to happen for you will.
Q:What is the most surprising thing in your golf bag?
How heavy my clubs are.
Q: If you could have a walk-up song on the first tee box, what would it be?
Coming in Hot.
Member, Team Canada 2019 Pan American Games (bronze medal mixed team event)
Ball: Titleist ProV1