Alison Lee's tied-sixth finish in the 2015 Evian Championship remains her best performance in a major, but she did produce a closing 67 to finish in a tie for eighth at the Chevron Championship in April 2022.
Her first professional victory came on the Ladies European Tour [LET] at the Aramco Team Series-Sotogrande in August 2021, where two opening rounds of 65 and then a 71 left her five clear of second-placed Ashleigh Buhai.
Lee has further reason to think fondly of the Aramco Team Series, having set or equalled a host of LET records when she won the Aramco Team Series event in Saudi Arabia in October 2023.
Successive rounds of 61 on the Friday and Saturday allowed her to establish a new 36-hole record of 122 strokes, beating the previous mark by six.
Lee also smashed Kylie Henry’s 54-hole record by five strokes with a 29-under-par 187.
Meanwhile Lee became just the second player to win an LET title without dropping a single shot, after Diana Luna at German Open in 2011.
As an amateur Lee played in three Junior Solheim Cups – America lifted the trophy on all three occasions – two Junior Ryder Cups (both wins) and the 2014 Curtis Cup, where she amassed 3 ½ points out of a possible five in the United States victory.
Then, only a year later, her singles win over Gwladys Nocera helped them lifted the Solheim Cup as well by a single point.
Lee finished tied-11th at the 2023 AIG Women's Open at Walton Heath.