Kim Moore has been an amputee all of her life; born with a congenital birth defect, which left her without a right foot and a clubbed left foot. She was born and raised in Ft. Wayne, IN, and resides in Indianapolis, IN. She has been a sports enthusiast all of her life and at the age of 15 she picked up a golf club for the first time. Kim played high school golf, collegiate golf at the University of Indianapolis, and professional golf on the Futures Tour. She is currently a PGA professional and works as the Director of Instruction for SRT Prosthetics, where she specializes teaching golf to people with disabilities. Kim has been a NAGA member since 2003. Since playing in her first US National Amputee Championship in 2003, she has accumulated 10 consecutive titles. She has won the Canadian Disabled Open in 2003 and also the Japan Open in 2005. Kim has been selected 9 times to the US Team during the US/International College Park Cup. She was the US Captain in 2009. In 2012, she was selected to be on the Advisory Board for the National Alliance for Accessible Golf. She is very active in her local amputee community and has been part of a few First Swing clinics in her area.