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Victoria Elizabeth


Victoria Elizabeth became a first-time winner on the LPGA Futures Tour at the Credit Union Classic Presented by Wegmans. After taking the lead in the second round, Elizabeth fired a final-round 68 to win by two strokes.

Just 20 years old, Elizabeth first played on the Futures Tour in 2009. Her best finish in seven starts that year was a tie for seventh place. In 2010, her best was a tie for 11th; and in 2011, a tie for fifth.

Victoria's scoring average has improved each year and she ranked 13th on tour in that stat last season. So far in 2012, she has made the cut in eight of nine starts, and has three Top 10 finishes including this victory. Her two previous Top 10 finishes in 2012 were both second places. She currently stands second on the money list and fifth in scoring average.

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