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Henrietta Zuel

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Henrietta Zuel is a winner again on the LET Access Series (the LET's own Futures Tour). Henni won the LETAS Ladies Open in England, beating Ashleigh Simon in a playoff. The win is Zuel's second of 2011 on the LETAS; she also won in March at the Terre Blanche Ladies Open in France.

The victory moves Henrietta to the top of the LETAS order of merit with three of six tournaments complete. The golfer who tops that list at the end of the year gets her tour card for the LET in 2012.

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