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Azhara Munoz Wins French Open

(Photo by Tristan Jones/LET)

Azahara Munoz put a break in the LPGA schedule to good use: She headed to France to play in the Ladies European Tour's Lacoste Ladies Open de France - and won it. Perhaps surprisingly, it's only the second LET win for Munoz. Munoz, from Spain, attended college in America and then moved quickly onto the LPGA in 2010. But before that happened, she made her professional debut in the 2009 Madrid Ladies Masters on the LET, and won it.

At the 2013 French Open, Munoz closed with a 65 to beat Gwladys Nocera and Valentine Derrey (two home-country hopefuls) by a stroke.

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