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Mia Piccio

(Photo: @miapiccio/Instagram)

Mia Piccio is a first-time pro winner today after claiming the trophy at the OCA Augas Santas International Ladies Open on the LET Access Series. The tournament was played in Spain, and Piccio shot three rounds in the 60s - 65, 68, 69 - to win it by one shot.

Piccio is in her rookie season the LETAS. She's played three tournaments so far: a missed cut, a tie for 26th, and a now a victory.

Piccio is from the Philippines. She arrived in the USA as a teen to pursue golf at the IMG Academy in Florida. Mia stayed in Florida for college, spending four years at the University of Florida and earning a degree in psychology. She turned pro in mid-2013.

You can follow her on Twitter or Instagram at @miapiccio, or check out her website at miapiccio.com to learn more about her.

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