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Ai Miyazato

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Ai Miyazato is your champion at the 2011 Evian Masters. As you've already heard, the Evian is slated to be elevated to major championship status in 2013. There are plenty of pros and cons to that, well-argued in plenty of other blogs. But one thing that distinguishes (or should) majors from "regular" tournaments is the quality of their winners. And if you look at the list of Evian Masters winners, you see great golfers up and down that list. Miyazato only adds to that legacy.

The victory is Miyazato's second in the Evian and her seventh career win on the LPGA Tour.

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