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Another Win for Olivia Cowan

Olivia Cowan, a 19-year-old from Germany, won for the second time in 2015 on the LET Access Series at the Borås Ladies Open (cosanctioned with the Nordea Tour).

Cowan led by five when she made the turn in her final round, but had to hold on to claim the victory. She reached the final hole leading Finland's Oona Vartiainen by two, and wound up winning by a stroke.

Earlier in he LETAS season, Cowan won the ASGI Ladies Open in Switzerland.

What makes Cowan's success on the LETAS in 2015 more impressive is that she earned these two victories while still an amateur. In the latest World Amateur Golf Rankings she is No. 18.

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