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Bo-Mee Lee

Bo-Mee Lee was the winner of the 2013 Hisako Higuchi Morinaga Weider Ladies on the Japan LPGA. According to Mostly Harmless, Lee shot 65 in the final round to win going away. It is Lee's second JLPGA win of the year, her fifth over the past two years.

Lee, from Korea, joined the JLPGA for the 2012 season. Prior to that she played on the Korean LPGA. She won three times in the 2010 KLPGA season and was the tour's leading money winner that year.

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