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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 289
Lee’s improved work around the greens will be pivotal at the US Open. COVER STORY to the golfing world. Her maiden Tour victory came less than a year later at the 2015 Kingsmill Championship, where she defeated So Yeon Ryu by two strokes after entering Sunday tied for the lead. Further success came in April, 2016 when she won the LOTTE Championship after overcoming a five-shot deficit heading into the final round, firing the round of the day in the process. Barely six months had passed and Lee was again back in the winner’s circle at the inaugural Blue Bay LPGA, where she revealed her greater ambitions. “My ultimate goal is to have a Grand Slam, so I think that’s always what I’ll be working towards,” she said. “But you can’t have a Grand Slam without winning major events.” The Perth native will be making her 21st major appearance when she arrives at Shoal Creek Golf and Country Club – and she is fully aware that there’s plenty of room for improvement. “I probably haven’t quite performed as well as I wanted to over the past couple years in the majors,” said Lee, who has collected two career top-10s at golf’s biggest events. ►
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