Unlike most golfers competing at a high level, Christina was a late-comer to the sport. She did not play any competitive junior golf before graduating high school. This certainly wasn’t due to a lack of exposure to the game; Christina’s father, Tony Lecuyer, has long been one of Alberta’s biggest names in golf. Her two younger brothers were also two of Canada’s best amateurs. Ryan won the 2003 Canadian Junior Boys’ Championship, and in 2010 Steven won the Alberta Amateur Championship, coming back from an 8-shot deficit. After playing 4 winning seasons for Christina's alma mater, the University of Central Arkansas, he is currently a touring professional on the PGA Tour of Canada.
Despite her focus on academics and other sports, Christina certainly picked up the game quickly. She won the first golf tournament she had ever entered, the 2002 Edmonton Ladies Amateur Championship at the “advanced” age of 19. Several other top finishes in Edmonton and Alberta tournaments attracted the attention of numerous college recruiters. In 2003, Christina, along with her brother Ryan, enrolled at the University of Central Arkansas in Conway, AR.
Christina had an outstanding collegiate career, both on the golf course and in the classroom. She won five collegiate tournaments and had 24 Top Ten finishes, earning 1st Team All Conference honors from 2003-2006 and twice being recognized as the Southland Conference Golfer of the Week. She was also a 2-time All-American honorable mention. Even with all these athletic accomplishments Christina was an even better performer in the classroom, graduating Magna Cum Laude in 2007 with a GPA of 3.90 and a degree in Business Administration. In 2006, ESPN selected Christina as Second Team Academic All-American.
After wrapping up her collegiate career in 2003, Christina focused her attention on the professional circuit. She has played various mini-tours since 2007, including the Duramed Futures Tour, CN Canadian Women's Tour, the Cactus Tour and various state opens across the USA. Christina has been featured on the Golf Channel's Big Break Series twice, coming out on the winning end in 2010. In 2012, she co-hosted Tour Academy Home Edition, a revolutionary teaching DVD with 1991 British Open Winner and CBS commentator Ian Baker-Finch.In 2014, Christina co-hosted a tourism video produced by Cherry/Adams Entertainment LLC. in London, England. Now in 2015, Christina will be co-hosting Swing Clinic with Jimmy Hanlin on Fox Regional Networks.
Christina's main focus is her love of entertaining clients at corporate and charity golf events. Being hired by world-renowned corporations has put Christina on the map as one of the only female golfers in the world doing this full time. There is nothing that the future doesn't hold for this talent.