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I had no choice but to embrace the diagnoses and stay positive.I am looking forward to becoming a role model for other young people with this disease to prove that you can still pursue your dreams while living with RA.” She returned to the Symetra Tour full time for the 2013 season with a new perspective on golf and life.The summer after her sophomore year, she won the Women’s Western Amateur.The spring of her junior year, she earned an invitation to compete in the Kraft Nabisco Championship, an LPGA major, making the cut.When the scholarship offer came in, she accepted that night. As fate would have it, her mother, who retired from competitive golf, accepted the head golf coaching position at the University of Kentucky.She transferred to Kentucky to play for her mother, where she blossomed.She also advanced to the final stage of LPGA Q-School, earning full status on the Symetra Tour for 2012.Following LPGA Q-School, Mallory began experiencing pain and stiffness in her right elbow so severe she could not straighten her arm.
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“I didn’t win, but in a way, I did, in meeting Julien.
He was my support system last year through my struggles.
She saw a specialist and, ultimately, was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis (RA), an autoimmune disease that causes pain, stiffness, swelling and eventual loss of function in the joints if not treated properly.
“That was a very difficult time for me, because RA is a very scary thing for anyone to go through, especially an athlete of my age,” said Mallory.
She took time off before the 2012 season, hoping the elbow would recover, but fter her first three events in 2012, with no improvement, she shut her game down and had surgery in June.