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It's been a great summer for English amateur Jodi Ewart, if you don't count the British weather:

  • She was a member of the Great Britain & Ireland team taking on the U.S. in Curtis Cup at The Old Course.
  • She was a member of Team England at the European Team Championships, and set a course record during the competition.
  • She successfully defended her title in the English Ladies Stroke Play Championship, coming from seven strokes down in the final round to win in a playoff.
  • She played in a professional tournament for the first time, making the cut (and tying Laura Davies) in the LET Wales Ladies Championship.

As for that British weather, Jodi won't have to worry about it soon enough: She's due back in Albuquerque for her junior season at the University of New Mexico, where she is the two-time WAC Player of the Year.

Below is an interview with Jodi after her title defense at the English Stroke Play.

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