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Ran Hong

golfer ran hongAfter three rounds of the 2011 Evian Masters, Ran Hong stands tied for second with Stacy Lewis, Angela Stanford and Miki Saiki, two strokes behind Ai Miyazato. Who is she?

Ran Hong is a KLPGA member whose Evian appearance is her fifth time playing an LPGA event. She played the Hana Bank Kolon Championship in 2008, 2009 (finishing fourth) and 2010, and also played Evian last year.

SeoulSisters.com tells us that she was born in 1986 and turned pro in 2004. She won twice on the KPGA in 2008 and once last year, and has posted several seasons in the Top 10 on the KLPGA money list.

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