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Jennifer Brumbaugh Nets First Pro Win

There's a new first-time winner in professional golf, Jennifer Brumbaugh. Brumbaugh is in her second full season as a pro after graduating from San Jose State University in 2013. She won one NCAA event while at SJSU.

But now she is a winner of a pro tournament, the most recent event on the SunCoast Pro Golf Tour mini-tour in Florida (formerly known as the Suncoast Series). Brumbaugh shot rounds of 73, 69 and 68 to win by one stroke.

Jennifer played 13 times on the Symetra Tour in 2014, and also played on the Canadian Women's Tour in 2014 with a best showing of 18th.

And she's getting into her first Symetra Tour event of 2015 this week - she's in the field at the Mission Health Wellness Classic. Pretty sweet to be coming in off her first pro victory.

She can also portray Lara Croft for Halloween:

And Jennifer is a winner in another way. We hereby declare her the winner of the Best Golfer's Tan Award for this photo:

You can Like Jennifer on Facebook, or follow her on Twitter or Instagram.

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