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Jennifer Song leads the American team into the 2010 Curtis Cup this week in Massachussetts, taking on Great Britain and Ireland in the every-other-year match for amateur women golfers.

I think the Curtis Cup will be Song's final event as an amateur. She's playing a Futures Tour event soon after, and has also accepted a sponsor invitation into the LPGA Canadian Women's Open.

If the Curtis Cup is Jennifer's amateur swansong, then what an amateur career it's been. In 2009, she won both the US Amateur Public Links and the US Women's Amateur championships, only the second woman ever to claim two USGA championships in the same year. She's been a dominating player at the collegiate level in her two seasons at Southern Cal, and was low am at the 2009 U.S. Women's Open and the 2010 Kraft Nabisco Championship.

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