For the next three years Blair pursued her modeling career. She eventually racked up quite the modeling resume through runway fashion shows, television hosting, print ads, catalogs, magazine covers, websites and commercial advertisements. Then one day she received a call from the creators of the Golf Channel’s Big Break television series. Golf Channel had gotten wind of Blair through the golf community and asked her to audition. But having to knock the dust off her clubs just to audition, Blair was eventually denied.
So back to modeling she went. And down went the golf clubs, again. But after nearly two more years of modeling, Blair got another call from the Golf Channel. This time they weren’t interested in Blair auditioning…they wanted her on the show! Without a minute of hesitation, she accepted. However, she only had a month to prepare. And prepare she did. During the spring of 2009, Blair competed on the Golf Channel’s Big Break: Prince Edward Island. And despite the lack of preparation time, she finished runner up. But more importantly, she revived her golfing career.
Having been away from the game for over four years, she lost her status on the LPGA Symetra Tour. So Blair took to the local mini-tours to freshen up her game. While doing so, she received another call from the Golf Channel asking her to come back to do another Big Break reunion show. This time she was fully prepared. In the fall of 2010, Blair was crowned the winner of Big Break: Dominican Republic.
Blair’s Big Break winnings provided her the financial stability to pursue the game at the highest level. Later in 2010 she went to LPGA Qualifying School, making it to the final stage. Although falling just short of obtaining her LPGA tour card, she got back her full status on the LPGA Symetra Tour. And in doing so, she proudly signed on with Cobra-Puma as her primary sponsor. In 2012, Blair completed her first full season on the LPGA Symetra Tour. Blair currently continues her quest of one day obtaining her full LPGA card.