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Caroline Masson

(Photo: Tristan Jones/LET)

It's career win No. 1 for Caroline Masson on the Ladies European Tour. It happened at the South African Women's Open, where Masson finished one stroke ahead of the field, Danielle Montgomery and home-country hopeful Lee-Anne Pace the runners-up.

Masson, who recently turn 23, is from Germany but played collegiate golf at Oklahoma State University. She turned pro in 2009, winning LET Q-School. In her rookie season, 2011, she finished 26th on the LET money list. In 2011, she moved up to No. 7 in LET earnings, and posted seven Top 10 finishes. But Caroline was still stuck with second place as her career best finish.

Until now. And this surely won't be the last, Masson is one of the brightest young players on the LET.

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