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Charlotte Lorentzen

Charlotte Lorentzen

Charlotte Lorentzen, from Denmark, is on the Georgia State University women's golf team. And we're featuring her here because in the second round of the Gator Invitational tournament, she shot a 64. As Golfweek's Lance Ringler tweeted, "Not often we see a 64 in women's college golf, but Ga. State's Charlotte Lorentzen had one in Rd. 2 at Gator Invite."

Lorentzen's great round ties the school record, and is only the second round in school history below 68 for a female golfer.

To give Lorentzen's 64 some context, I checked the team records for the University of Arizona, a school with a very strong history in women's golf. That 64 is two strokes better than the best college scores of Leta Lindley and Lorena Ochoa, and three better than the best college rounds by Natalie Gulbis and Annika Sorenstam.

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