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Lindsey Weaver-Wright

Had a fairytale run at the 2020 AIG Women's Open at Royal Troon, where she contended for the title without a caddie, holing some of the most memorable shots in recent AIG Women's Open history in the process. A tough final round left her in a tie for 19th, but it was still a memorable week for the American.

Played in the 2011 Junior Solheim Cup and had the all-important win over Charley Hull as the United States retained the trophy by virtue of a 12-12 draw. The following season she qualified for the US Open aged 18 and the same year had a round of 59 during a Ping Junior inter-club match. It was thought to be the first by a woman since Annika Sorenstam made LPGA Tour history. She qualified for the US Open again in 2015 and turned professional a year later. The nearest she has come to winning on the LPGA Tour was last June when she tied with Brooke Henderson for the Shoprite Classic, only for the Canadian to make an eagle on the first play-off hole.