Klein was just 22 and two years into her professional career when she marched to a seven-stroke victory in the 1996 AIG Women's Open at Woburn.
The American came into the Championship having won the previous week's LPGA Tour event in Boston and had no problem maintaining her excellent form as she fired rounds of 68 and 66 to open up a five-stroke advantage, the largest 36-hole lead in the history of the AIG Women's Open.
Subsequent scores of 71 and 72 meant nobody came close to catching Klein. Yet, somewhat surprisingly, she only managed one further victory on the LPGA Tour - at the 2001 Michelob Light Classic - before leaving the circuit midway through the 2000s.
Klein is one of only five players since 1995 to have held at least a share of the lead after each round of the AIG Women's Open. Having tied for top spot after 18 holes at Woburn, she was comfortably clear thereafter.