Blair was born in Macomb, Illinois, but shortly thereafter her family relocated to Arizona where she spent the rest of her childhood. At the age of 11, Blair’s dad enrolled her and her brother in a local junior golf clinic, and ever since Blair has rarely put down her clubs. Nearly every one of Blair’s childhood afternoons, and many of her early mornings, were spent on the practice range at Dobson Ranch Golf Club in Mesa, Arizona. By the age of 13, just two years after first picking up a club, Blair began playing for the American Junior Golf Association (AJGA). She found much success in her junior golf career including, but certainly not limited to, a selection on the U.S. Junior Ryder Cup Team in Valderrama, Spain; a selection to AJGA Cannon Cup Team; runner-up in the Woman’s Western Tournament; and a medalist at the AJGA Ping Phoenix Junior Championship.
Entering high school, Blair had already established herself as one of the best junior golfers in the state of Arizona and eventually went on to win the Women’s 5A Arizona State Golf Champion. Despite countless collegiate offer letters, Blair made her childhood dream a reality and accepted a full ride scholarship to Arizona State University. She competed all four years on the women’s Sun Devil golf team having never missed or being sat out of a single tournament. And while doing so, she was crowned a two time NCAA women’s long-drive champion. #ShesGotMuscles