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Golf Australia Express : Issue 7
LIST THE AIMIYAZATO turned professional in 2004 and immediately set about climbing her way to the top of women’s golf. She won five times in Japan in her rookie season. The following year she won six times, including the Japan Open—a major tournament in Japan. At just 20 she became the youngest player to win a major. Her impact in Japan was significant. More than 32,000 people—the largest gallery ever to attend a JLPGA Tour event— witnessed the final day’s play. Ai won five LPGA title in 2010 and has held the World No.1 ranking three times. She has 15 JLPGA and seven LPGA wins to her name, and is the defending Evian Masters champion after securing the title for a second time in July. Ai is considered by many in Japan as the next Ayako Okamoto. Huge small shoes to fill. Ai Miyazato (born 1985)