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That last LET event before the 2011 Solheim Cup and Solheim Cup team member Melissa Reid gets the win. Reid's win was in the Open de Espana Femenino (Women's Spanish Open), and she earned it with a final-round 70 and a total of 8-under 280. That was one stroke better than three golfers in second place.

This is Reid's second LET victory of 2011, and her seventh Top 5 finish. Reid has been fantastic on the LET since turning pro. In her rookie season of 2008, she was 12th on the Order of Merit; moved up to seventh in 2009; then finished third in 2010. And she now stands second in 2011.

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