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I won the Jean Forsyth Memorial tournament yesterday with a 77. I also won last Tuesday at Scenic Heights with a 76. I finished sixth, second, and third in some Tri-State PGA events over the last week and a half too.



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It wasn't easy, not the final match anyway, but I shot the second best score of all players in qualifying with a +1 74, then won my matches 9&8, 5&4, and 1-up to win my second EDGA Girls Match Play Championship.

Now for some rest!

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13 minutes ago, iacas said:

Recorded these for her golf website.

:32 laying down the shaft like a boss.

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