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Katie Kempter finished tied for second at the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament, earning her place on the 2010 LPGA Tour. Katie played collegiately at the University of Denver for four years, posting two victories. Prior to that, she was a two-time New Mexico Female Golfer of the Year and won the state championship her senior season in high school.

After earning her card at Q-School, Katie said, "I don't think it has settled yet. I could go play another 20 holes of golf right now. I had so much fun this whole week, even with the rain delays and everything. I got lucky enough. So, just the whole week, you know, I had a blast. My whole goal this week was to come out and win and lets enjoy the experience, because you never know if you're going to get this chance again."

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