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Golf Australia Express : Issue 7
LIST THE WHENIT comes to winning big golf events, Mika Miyazato started young. In 2004 at the tender age of 14 she won the Japan Amateur Women’s Championship—the youngest player ever todoso.By2008it was time to turn pro and Mika gained the important exempt status to play in the US. In her first season on tour, she had fourth-place finishes at the LPGA Corning Classic and Wegmans LPGA tournaments. But it was her first professional win—the Japan Women’s Open Golf Championship in October—that put her on the map. Mika’s breakout year saw her accrue five top 10 finishes on the LPGA Tour, including two thirds against strong fields, and she finished the 2010 season with more than US$600,000 in earnings. in In the majors this season Mika has finished inside the top 10 three times, while her worst place finish was a respectable 14th. One thing’s for sure—we’re going to see Miyazato on leaderboards for years to come. Question is, which one? Mika Miyazato (born 1989)