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Official World Golf Ranking: 10
Born: Wed,Sep 10,1997 - Smiths Falls, Ontario, Canada
Age: 25y 4m 21d, Nationality: CAN
Height: 5'6
Home: Naples, Fla.
Turned Pro: 2014, Joined LPGA: 2015
Notes: Henderson started playing golf at the age of 3. When she is not on the golf course, she enjoys playing sports and spending time and talking to friends and family. Has competed in three USGA amateur championships; the 2011 and 2012 U.S. Girls' Junior Championship and the 2014 U.S. Women's Amateur Championship. Finished with runner-up honors in the 2009 CN Future Links Quebec Championship and won the event one year later in 2010. At the age of 14, she became the youngest playe...

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Brooke M. Henderson

Henderson started playing golf at the age of 3. When she is not on the golf course, she enjoys playing sports and spending time and talking to friends and family. Has competed in three USGA amateur championships; the 2011 and 2012 U.S. Girls' Junior Championship and the 2014 U.S. Women's Amateur Championship.
Finished with runner-up honors in the 2009 CN Future Links Quebec Championship and won the event one year later in 2010. At the age of 14, she became the youngest player ever to win a professional golf event on the Canadian Tour. In 2011, she won the Ontario Junior Girls' Championship and the CN Future Links Ontario Championship and finished T-3rd at the Ontario Women's Amateur Championship. In 2012, she won the Royale Cup Junior Girls Championship, AJGA Ravenwood Junior Girls Championship, and the CN Canadian Women's Tour Quebec. She also recorded four other top-10 finishes: 2nd at the CN Future Links Ontario Championship, 3rd at the CN Future Links Pacific Championship, 5th at the Royale Cup Canadian Women's Amateur Championship, and T-7th at the CN Canadian Women's Tour BC. She finished T-18th at the 2012 World Amateur Team Championship while representing Canada. She played in two professional events in 2013, finishing 59th in the U.S. Women's Open and 35th in the Manulife Financial LPGA Classic. She won the South American Amateur Championship at the beginning of the year and won the Canadian Amateur Championship in July. Won the 2013 Canadian Women's Amateur. Began the 2014 season with two victories on the Florida Orange Blossom Tour, winning the Junior Orange Bowl and the South Atlantic Ladies Amateur Championship. Was runner-up at the Kraft Nabisco Championship.
2014 Notes: She won the Junior Orange Bowl International and the South Atlantic Amateur by four strokes. In May, she became the first Canadian to win the Scott Robertson Memorial tournament, beating Nelly Korda and Emily Campbell by one stroke at Roanoke Country Club. One week before the U.S. Women's Open, she won the Women's Porter Cup with a final-round bogey-free 62 at Niagara Falls Country Club in Lewiston, N.Y. She was 3rd in the Canadian Women's Amateur. She was defeated in the final of the U.S. Women's Amateur by Kristen Gillman, 2 up, at Nassau Country Club. Henderson was 3 up through 26 holes, but Gillman birdied five of the final 10 holes to come from behind. In October, she finished fourth in the World Junior Girls Championship at Ontario's Angus Glen G.C. She won the individual title at the Women's World Amateur Championship, and Canada was second in the team competition.
Henderson did play in several professional events as an amateur. She was T-26th at the Kraft Nabisco, finishing at 1-over 289, one stroke behind Minjee Lee for low amateur honors. She was T-10th at the U.S. Women's Open at Pinehurst No. 2, to become the first amateur to finish in the top 10 at the Open since Mariajo Uribe in 2008. She made the cut in all four LPGA events she played, including the two majors, a T-45th at the Manulife Financial and a T-46th at the Canadian Women's Open. She won a Canadian Women's Tour event at Niagara Falls, Ontario, for her second title as an amateur after winning in Quebec in 2012 at age 14.
In August, the LPGA denied her petition to attend Q-School in an attempt to play the LPGA as a 17-year-old in 2015. She turned professional in December anyway, passing up a scholarship to attend the University of Florida, to which she gave a verbal commitment in 2014. She was No. 1 on the Women's World Amateur Golf Ranking when she turned pro.
2015 Notes: She won her professional debut at a Suncoast Series Tour event in Winter Garden, Fla. On her first LPGA Tour start as a professional, she was T-33rd at the Pure Silk Bahamas LPGA. She was T-2nd on the Symetra Tour's Florida's Natural Charity Classic, two shots back of winner Sue Kim. Henderson was T-2nd with her sister, Brittany. She was 3rd at the Swinging Skirts LPGA Classic, one shot out of the playoff between Lydia Ko and Morgan Pressel. Henderson shot 65 Friday to take the lead and she was the 54-hole leader, falling out with a final-round 74, and missing a 25-foot birdie try on the last hole that would have gotten her into the playoff. She was the 36-hole leader at the Volunteers of America North Texas Shootout after rounds of 69-65. She shot 71-73 on the weekend to fall to T-13th. She also finished T-5th in the KPMG Women's PGA Championship. The next week after winning at the Symetra Tour's Four Winds Invitational, she was granted full membership into the LPGA's development tour. The next week she was 3rd at the Island Resort Championship. She followed by finishing T-5th at the U.S. Women's Open. A month later, she was a Monday qualifier at the Cambia Portland Open and won by eight shots to become the third-youngest champion in LPGA history at 17 years, 11 months, and 6 days. Henderson closed with a 3-under 69 at Columbia Edgewater to finish at 21-under 267, the lowest total since the event went from 54 holes to 72 in 2013. Her eight-stroke winning margin was the largest in the history of the event and the biggest on the LPGA Tour since Jiyai Shin won the 2012 Ricoh Women's Open Championship by nine shots. Henderson was the Tour's first Canadian-born winner since Lorie Kane won the 2001 Takefuji Classic. She was the first Monday qualifier to win since Laurel Kean won the 2000 Rail Classic. After the victory, LPGA Commissioner Mike Whan granted her LPGA Tour status. Officially, Henderson finished the year 90th on the money list and 96th in CME points, but if all of her earnings for the year counted toward the money list, she would have been 18th with $762,112. Her official total was $100,294. She made 13 cuts in 14 starts.
2016 Notes: Played in 31 LPGA events making 30 cuts, and had 15 top-10 finishes. She won twice at the KPMG Women's PGA (beating Lydia Ko in a playoff) and the Cambia Portland Classic. She won the KPMG Women's PGA Championship at the age of 18 years, 9 months, and 2 days, becoming the second youngest player in LPGA history to win a major championship. Was second at the COATES Golf Championship, two back of winner Ha Na Jang. This started a streak in which she was in the top-10 in eight straight events, ending the streak by finishing T-19th at the Volunteers of America Texas Shootout.
She finished 3rd on the money list with $1,724,420 in earnings and 3rd in CME points. She was T-7th in the Rio Olympics as a member of Canada's women's golf team. Henderson was in medal contention after a second-round 64, but a third-round 75 dropped her back. She finished two shots back of bronze medalist Shanshan Feng.
2017 Notes: Played in 30 LPGA events making 28 cuts. Finished in the top 10 eight times, and she was 6th on the LPGA money list. She won the Meijer Classic, shooting 17-under 263 for a two-shot win over Michelle Wie and Lexi Thompson. One day after winning the Meijer Classic, she traveled to Rhode Island for the CVS Charity Classic and teamed with host Billy Andrade and Keegan Bradley to win the tournament. She won the McKayson New Zealand Women's Open, shooting four sub-par rounds to beat Jing Yan by 5 for her second LPGA win of the year and 5th career win. Henderson finished second at the KPMG Women's PGA Championship, a shot back of winner Danielle Kang.
2018 Notes: Played in 28 LPGA events making 25 cuts with 11 top-ten finishes. She won the Lotte Championship for her sixth LPGA title, shooting 12-under 276 to beat Azahara Munoz by 4 shots. It was Henderson's fourth straight year with a victory. Later in the year won the CP Women's Open by 3 shots over Angel Yin. The win, her seventh, puts her a win back of Sandra Post (8 wins) for most by a Canadian. Henderson also became the first Canadian to win the CP Women's Open since Jocelyne Bourassa in 1973. Also was T-2nd at the HSBC Women's Champions, 1 back of winner Michelle Wie and 3rd at the Marathon Classic, a shot back of the Suwannapura/Lincicome playoff. She was 4th at the rain-shortened Kingsmill Championship, one shot out of the playoff won by Ariya Jutanugarn. Was forced to withdraw from the U.S. Women's Open when her grandfather died on May 31st. Later in the summer, her other grandfather passed away. Henderson teamed with Keegan Bradley and Billy Andrade to win the CVS Charity Classic, an unofficial mixed-team competition pairing players from the PGA, LPGA, and Champions tours at Rhode Island CC in June. Henderson won $1,473,247 for the year, which ranked her 4th, and she was 2nd in the Race to CME.
2019 Notes: Played in 27 LPGA Tour events making 23 cuts with 13 top-ten finishes. She was 4th on the money list with $1,696,017 and 2nd on the CME points list. She won the Lotte Championship for the 2nd year in a row. Henderson shot 16- under 272 to win by 4 shots over Eun-Hee Ji. Finished T-2nd at the Pure Silk Championship 2 shots back of winner Bronte Law. She won the Meijer LPGA Classic by a shot over Nasa Hataoka, Brittany Altomare, Lex Thompson, and Su Oh. It was her 9th LPGA victory, breaking Sandra Post's record for most wins by a Canadian player.
2020 Notes: Played in 10 LPGA Tour events making nine cuts with six top-ten finishes. Was 10th on the money list with $648,604, and was 15th on the CME points list. Started the season with a T-4th finish at the Diamond Resorts Tournament of Champions. After skipping the Australian swing prior to the break for COVID-19, Henderson didn't play golf for seven months before returning to the LPGA Tour at the AIG Women's Open, missing the cut. She spent the time cooking and reading books, it was the longest break she had taken from the game. Finished 2nd at the ANA Inspiration, losing a playoff to Mirim Lee, who made a birdie on the first extra hole. Ended the year with a T-7th finish at the CME Group Tour Championship, it was the first time she played a season without a victory in five years.
2021 Notes: Played in 23 LPGA events, making 21 cuts with seven top-10 finishes. She was 14th on the LPGA money list with $1,039,776, and 8th on the CME points list. It was the first time in a full season on Tour that she did not finish in the top 10 in earnings, but she did get back into the winner's circle for the first time since 2019 with a win at the Hugel Air Premia LA Open for her 10th LPGA victory. Henderson became the first player from Canada to win 10 times on either the LPGA or PGA Tours. She shot a
final-round 67 to pass third-round leader Jessica Korda and win by one stroke with a 16-under 268. Henderson won in dramatic fashion on the last hole. With Korda close to the hole with an assumed birdie, Henderson missed the green but chipped to two feet for the par that secured the win. Henderson qualified for the Tokyo Olympics as a member of Canada's women's golf team and finished T-29 in the Games. She was T-2 at the ShopRite Classic, one back of winner Celine Boutier after shooting a final-round 64.
2022 Notes: Started the season by finishing 2nd in the Hilton Grand Vacations Tournament of Champions, three back of winner Danielle Kang. She won the ShopRite Classic for her 11th LPGA victory, shooting 64 in the final round and beating Lindsey Weaver-Wright in a playoff. Then she claimed her 12th LPGA win and second major at the Evian Championship. Henderson led by two shots through 54 holes after opening 64-64-68. She survived a four-putt early in the final round to birdie the 18th for a 71 and a one-shot victory over Sophia Schubert.

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