Bank Like a Pro
Meet the Golfers Who Understand Quality and Dedication
Ally McDonald understands hard work — from competing in the men’s high school golf division because her state didn’t offer a women’s division to taking a last-minute alternate spot in the U.S. Open two months after graduating college. Her commitment to being the best at what she does makes her relationship with Renasant Bank an obvious one.
McDonald posted eight top-10 finishes on the Symetra Tour in 2016, including four runners-up, and finished with the second highest earnings total ($110,359) in Tour history, a year after graduating from Mississippi State University. In her rookie year, she was the recipient of the player-decided Heather Wilbur Award and qualified for the Evian Championship, finishing tied for 30th in her rookie LPGA® season.Read More About Ally
No matter the level of competition, Dominic Bozzelli is known for his consistent top-10 finishes — from the three consecutive wins that earned him NGA Player of the Year and Rookie of the Year honors in 2014, to the two top-10 finishes during his rookie year on the PGA Tour®. Consistency and hard work are what make him an ideal fit to wear the Renasant Bank name on the golf course.
Bozzelli joined the PGA Tour® in 2017, making $818,301 in his first 17 PGA® events. Before qualifying for the PGA Tour®, Dominic played five Web.com Tour events, finishing in the top-10 twice before going on to pick up his first Web.com Tour win in 2016. Dominic played collegiate golf at Auburn University before going pro in 2013.Read More About Dominic