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Sarah Burnham Wins With Record Score

With the LPGA Tour on hold due to the COVID-19 outbreak, tour members, especially those early in their careers, are looking elsewhere for competition. For 24-year-old Sarah Burnham, that meant entering the 2020 Michigan PGA Women's Open.

Good decision: She dominated. Burnham finished with a tournament-record score of 18-under 198 to win by a whopping 10 strokes. The tournament, played at Crystal Mountain, concluded on July 1.

Burnham opened with a 65, shot 70 in the second round, then fired a final-round 63 that was one stroke off the course record. She had seven birdies, an eagle (on a par-4) and zero bogeys in the final round.

Burnham was an LPGA Tour rookie in 2019, when her best finish in an LPGA tournament was tied for ninth place at the Cambia Portland Classic. Before joining the LPGA, Burnham played college golf at Michigan State University, where she was the two-time Big 10 Player of the Year.

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