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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 228
“I haven’t played competitively in a little while so I’m just coming back into the swing of things,” she said after her early exit. “But I feel like I’m striking it pretty well and I feel like I gave myself a lot of birdie chances.” “[I] just made stupid mistakes here and there, that’s what really derailed me.” It’s that consistency standing between her and a meaningful tilt at a maiden major title. Having won the LPGA Tour’s Lotte Championship in April and the Blue Bay LPGA in China in October, as well as recording a further eight top 10s last year, she’s consistently in the mix at Tour level. And yet when it comes to majors, Lee has been left wanting. If compatriot – and Lee mentor – Karrie Webb is the yardstick, Lee’s major performances thus far have left a little to be desired. Lee’s best performance at a major was the 2015 British Open, where she finished tied for ninth. Last year brought her best PGA Championship result, where she tied for 12th, while she finished tied for 11th at the 2015 Evian Championship. At the ANA Inspiration and US Open she’s yet to crack the top 20, with results of T24 and T22, respectively – both in 2014. HAVING WON THE LPGA TOUR’S LOTTE CHAMPIONSHIP IN APRIL AND THE BLUE BAY LPGA IN CHINA IN OCTOBER, AS WELL AS RECORDING A FURTHER EIGHT TOP 10S LAST YEAR, LEE'S CONSISTENTLY IN THE MIX AT TOUR LEVEL. AND YET WHEN IT COMES TO MAJORS, SHE HAS BEEN LEFT WANTING.
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