Lexi Thompson, Tiger Woods, and Charlie Woods

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Late in 2010, Lexi submitted a request to the LPGA to allow her to compete in 12 tournaments instead of the six allowed to non-members. Her request was denied, but a change in LPGA rules authorized her to participate in more than 12 tournaments the following year. The change of rules helped her write history. At just 16 years old, Thompson did the incredible by becoming the youngest winner on both the LPGA and Ladies European Tours. She beat the LPGA Tour rookie at the time, Tiffany Joe, by a five-stroke margin.

But the icing on the cake came a few years later, when she was 19. Lexi was in the prime of her career as she won her very first major title in the Kraft Nabisco Championship!! Starting the final round tied for the lead with Michelle Wie, Thompson aggressively attacked the course and was up by five shots after the first nine, a lead she never relinquished. She became the second youngest major winner of all time and took home $300,000 in prize money.

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