Madelene Sagstrom

In Madelene Sagstrom's first tournament on the Symetra Tour in 2016, she finished third. In her second, she finished second.

And in her third? Victory.

Sagstrom, a rookie pro, won the Symetra Tour's Chico's Patty Berg Memorial on Sunday by one stroke. It was a hard-fought win and she had to overcome some serious nerves: Madelene began the final round in the lead, but on the front nine she made five bogeys.

That dropped her out of the lead, but on the back nine she steadied herself and rallied, including birdies on the 15th and 16th holes.

Sagstrom wound up winning by one stroke over Sophia Popov at 9-under 279.

Madelene is originally from Sweden. She won the French International Open in 2011. In college, she was a four-time All-America selection at Louisiana State University, and posted three NCAA victories. She was the SEC's Player of the Year in 2015.

Jennifer Ha Gets Her First Pro Win

Congratulations to Jennifer Ha for posting her first victory in a professional tournament.

It happened at the NWGA's Timacuan Golf & Country Club event in Lake Mary, Fla., today (the Florida part of the NWGA Tour used to be called the Suncoast Series). Ha finished at 4-under 212 and passed the second-round leader with a final-round 70. She finished one stroke in front of the second-place golfer, 5-time LPGA Tour winner and multiple Solheim Cupper Maria (Hjorth) McBride.

Ha's earlier starts on the NWGA Tour this year produced some pretty good results, too, including two runner-up finishes. But his is her first pro win.

Ha was born in Korea but grew up in Calgary, Alberta, and plays under the Canadian flag. As an amateur she was a member of the Canadian National Team and her wins included the Pacific Northwest Women's Amateur in 2013.

Jennifer played college golf at Kent State University, where she was the MAC Freshman of the Year in the 2011-12 season. As both a sophomore and junior Ha was the conference's Player of the Year. In that junior year (2013-14), she tied the school record (first set by onetime Big Break golfer Jan Dowling) with four victories, and established the school's single-season scoring average record (since broken).

Bronte Law

Every time the delightful Bronte Law shows up in the college golf headlines - and it happens often - I can't help humming the song I Fought the Law and the Law Won. This Law wins often.

Bronte, a junior at UCLA, won her fifth NCAA tournament last week at the Ping/ASU Invitational, beating the field by six strokes. She fired a 69 in the final round to finish with a tournament-record score of 12-under 2014. (It was Law's second win of the 2015-16 season, the first coming at the Stanford Intercollegiate.) And for her effort she was named UCLA's Student-Athlete of the Week.

Accolades are plenty for Bronte. For example, she's currently No. 1 in Golfweek's women's college rankings. And she's currently No. 4 in the World Amateur Golf Rankings. There's no doubt Law will earn All-America accolades after this season, just as she did last season - when she was also the Pac-12 Golfer of the Year.

Bronte, from England, has extensive experience playing internationally for teams GB&I and Europe. She was a member of the 2012 GB&I Curtis Cup team, Europe's 2013 Junior Solheim Cup team and GB&I's 2014 Curtis Cup team. Assuming she remains an amateur, she'll be at this year's Curtis Cup, too.

Bronte won the English Women's Amateur in 2014 and repeated in 2015. Last year she won it by a whopping 16 shots! And she's already played in several professional majors.

Yep, you fight this Law, she usually wins.

As for the photos: UCLA golfers clearly like to wear tiaras on their birthdays! Below, Bronte is with former teammates Ani Gulugian and Alison Lee.

Instagramming With ... Courtney Harter

Courtney Harter is ready to get back in the swing on the Symetra Tour. After missing the 2015 season, Courtney will rejoin the Symetra Tour for its Florida swing in 2016. That means playing the Florida Natural Charity Classic April 8-10; the Chico's Patty Berg Memorial April 14-17; and the Guardian Retirement Championship at Sara Bay April 22-24.

These will be Harter's first Symetra Tour tournaments since the 2014 season, when she had a best showing of tied for 18th.

Courtney turned pro in 2012 after an NCAA career at the University of Alabama that included one NCAA victory. Since then she's played events on the Suncoast Series, the Canadian Women's Tour and in Europe, in addition to the Symetra Tour. And twice she Monday qualified to get into the field at LPGA tournaments.

Courtney works on her game with well-known instructor Dana Dahlquist. But golf isn't Harter's only way to pay the bills. You won't be surprised to learn she's also a model.

You can follow Courtney on Instagram - @courtneyharter - to keep up with her exploits in both the golf and modeling worlds.

Hailey Ostrom

Hailey Ostrom had posted a slew of Top 10 and Top 5 finishes in her college golf career, but no wins prior to her senior season. Now - after winning the the UCSC Spring Invitational tournament played March 19-20, hosted by UC Santa Cruz in Pacific Grove, Calif. - she has two. She also won during the Fall part of the 2015-16 season.

Ostrom's second college win at the UCSC was by one stroke over her George Fox University teammate teammate Sydney Maluenda.

George Fox University is an NCAA Division III school and one of the top golf programs at that level. The school is in Newberg, Oregon, plays in the Northwest Conference, and its team nickname is the Bruins.

Ostrom is an Oregonian herself, from Bend, Ore., and is in her senior season.

We mentioned she's previously had many high tournament finishes. As a freshman she had two Top 10s and one Top 5. As a sophomore, five Top 10s and two Top 5s. And as a junior five Top 10s. And now, she's on win No. 2.

You can follow Haley on Instagram or on Twitter.

Mi Hyang Lee Ties LPGA's 9-Hole Scoring Record

Wow, talk about a hot start: Mi Hyang Lee just tied the LPGA Tour's 9-hole scoring record over the first nine holes of her first round in the LPGA Founders Cup.

That record is 27 strokes, and Lee is the fifth golfer in LPGA history to do it. The other four are Amy Yang, Paula Creamer, I.K. Kim and Jimin Kang. Kang was the first, in 2005.

Lee, starting on the 10th hole, opened with a birdie and then an eagle. On the 12th hole (her third), she made her only par of the nine. She then reeled off six consecutive birdies to shoot 27, 9-under par on the par-36 nine.

Good work if you can get it!

You can keep track at the Founders Cup leaderboard.