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Big Break Mexico: Taylor Collins

Photo Credit: Mark Ashman/Golf Channel

Big Break Mexico begins airing on the Golf Channel on May 13, and this look at Taylor Collins concludes our series of posts about the six women are who included in the show's cast.

Collins was a member of three Division II national championship teams at Nova Southeastern University, and won five tournaments individually while she was there. That includes Taylor's turn as the individual winner of the 2011 NCAA Division II National Championship.

Taylor, 23 years old, currently plays on the Symetra Tour, which is also where she played full-time in 2012. Last season, Collins' best finish was a tie for fourth place at the Riviera Nayarit Classic.

The only golf instructor Collins has ever had is the legendary Bob Toski. Learn more about her in the Golf Channel video bio:

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