21 year-old Brooke Henderson from Smith Falls, ON continues to make history.
Henderson won the 2019 Lotte Championship in Hawaii finishing the tournament at 16-under par which was four shots better than second place finisher Eun-Hee Ji.
The win in Hawaii was Henderson’s second consecutive Lotte Championship and her eighth career LPGA win which ties her for the most ever by a Canadian on the LPGA (or PGA) with Sandra Post, Mike Weir and George Knudson.
The win in Hawaii was Henderson’s first of 2019 with her last win coming at the CP Women’s Open at Wascana Country Club in Regina, SK in August of 2018.
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Henderson earned a healthy pay of cheque of $300,000 USD for her win at the Ko Olina golf club in Kapolei, HI.
The record for most wins ever by a Canadian is an inevitability at this point for Henderson who has barely scratched the surface of her enormous potential in the world of golf.