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Amy Olson

Amy Olson AIG Women

Won an NCAA record 20 events while studying at North Dakota State University and represented the United States in the 2012 Curtis Cup at Nairn, winning her first three games before losing the decisive singles to Stephanie Meadow. Turned professional the following season and has since had two runner-up finishes in majors.

At the 2018 Evian Championship in France she led for most of the last day, but double-bogeyed the last hole to lose by one to Angela Stanford, then two years later a closing 67 from A Lim-Kim at the US Women's Open swept her from five behind to a one-stroke victory over Olson and Jinyoung Ko.