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Brooke Henderson

Brooke Henderson AIG Women

This past summer claimed her second major title at the Evian Championship, holing a superb putt on the final green to win by one. With 12 LPGA titles, she is the most successful Canadian professional golfer in history.

Before turning professional, Henderson won the Canadian Amateur in 2013 and lost on the final green of the following season’s US Amateur, then having to wait only two years to taste major success in the professional game. Her play-off victory over Lydia Ko at the 2016 KPMG PGA Championship made her, at 18, the event’s youngest-ever winner and the second youngest at any of the women’s majors.

Ko having been five months younger when she lifted the 2015 Evian Championship. Henderson’s first success on the LPGA Tour came when she was still 17 at the 2015 Cambia Portland Classic. Only Ko and Lexi Thompson had achieved victories at an earlier age. Represented Canada at the 2016 and 2021 Olympic Games and now has 11 LPGA Tour wins to her name, while she was runner-up in her title defence at the 2017 PGA Championship and joint second in the 2020 ANA Inspiration.