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Scottish Open Win for Mi Hyang Lee

It seems like Mi Hyang Lee has been on the cusp of an LPGA breakout for many years now, but she's still only 24. And after the 2017 Ladies Scottish Open, she now how twice as many LPGA wins as she had before.

Lee won the Scottish Open by one stroke over runners-up M.J. Hur and Karrie Webb. She earned it - her second career victory on the LPGA - by shooting 31 on the front nine, the parring every back-nine hole until a birdie on the last. Lee finished at 6-under 282.

Mi Hyang, who lives in South Carolina now, got her first LPGA win back in 2014, a playoff win at the Mizuno Classic.

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