Team Canada’s Jaclyn Lee Of Calgary Ties Scoring Record And Wins Big 10 Championship
- Category: Inside Golf
- Published: 2018-04-27
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MAINEVILLE, Ohio (Golf Canada) — Calgary’s Jaclyn Lee etched her name in the history on books on Sunday, tying a 54-hole scoring record at the Big 10 Championship en route to a four-stroke victory.
Lee, a three-time National Amateur Squad member, went wire-to-wire at TPC River’s Bend, kickstarted by an opening-round 66 — the lowest score of the tournament.
“This means a lot to me,” Lee said, greenside at the 18th. “It was a goal that I set at the beginning of the year and I’m so happy to achieve it. After coming in to the final round with a five-stroke lead, things got a little nerve-wracking ... but I’m glad to walk away with the title. To tie the record and have my name in the history books is pretty cool, too.”
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