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Brittany Lincicome
USA

Brittany Lincicome's maiden victory was at the 2006 HSBC Women's World Match Play Championship where, as the no.39 seed, she beat the likes of Michelle Wie, Lorena Ochoa and Juli Inkster on her way to lifting the trophy.

 

Following her win at Hamilton Farm, the big-hitting Lincicome developed into one of the big names on the LPGA Tour, capturing her second title in April 2007 at the Ginn Open, again holding off Ochoa to take victory on the 72nd hole.

 

 

Lincicome is also one of the longest drivers in women's golf. In her 2005 rookie year, she led the LPGA in driving distance with an average of 270.3 yards. In 2006, her driving average increased to 278.6 yards, second among all LPGA players.

She tied for seventh at the 2006 US Open and followed that up with a share of second place in the first major of 2007, the Kraft Nabisco Championship - and once again illustrated her ability to raise her game on the major stage when she tied for sixth place at the McDonalds LPGA Championship.

The Florida-native turned professional in October 2004 after finishing in 20th place in the LPGA qualifying school tournament. She competed in both the 2004 US Women's Open and the 2004 State Farm Classic on the LPGA Tour as an amateur, leading the former after the first round.

She participated in more than 100 amateur events with a winning percentage of 60. Her wins included the American Junior Golf Association Chateu Elan in 2001 and 2003, and the Avilla Junior Classic in 2003. In 2004, she won the Harder Hall Invitational and advanced to the round of 16 at the US Women’s Amateur Championship.

In 2010, Lincicome narrowly missed out on victory on 2 occasions when she finished second at the Navistar LPGA Classic Presented by Monaco RV and tied for second at the Bell Micro LPGA Classic.

In 2011 Brittany recorded her fourth and fifth LPGA victories at the CN Canadian Women's Open and the ShopRite LPGA Classic. Big hitter Brittany led the tour in driving distance during 2012. She carded 6 top 10 finishes with her best performance of the season coming at the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open where she came runner up.

 

 
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