Lexi Thompson defies demons, wins Kingsmill Championship in dominant fashion

At the Kingsmill Championship, there were no angry viewers writing in to ruin things for Lexi Thompson. The 22-year-old led by three stroke going into the final round at Kingsmill Resort’s River Course in Williamsburg, Va., and after a bogey-free 65 on Sunday, she won the title by a comfortable five strokes over In Gee Chun and nine strokes over third-place finisher Angela Stanford. In winning her eighth career LPGA title, Thompson’s victory was especially sweet in that it comes after she lost
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Lexi Goes Old School For First Olympic Golf Since 1904

 By:  Jason Crook   In case you hadn’t heard, golf is coming back to the Olympic Games this summer.  While some pros aren’t exactly thrilled about it, others, like Lexi Thompson, are embracing the Olympic spirit. The 20-year-old LPGA star, who would represent the U.S. if the cutoff were today, recently did a photoshoot and hit some balls in the garb that was worn the last time golf was part of the Games … in 1904. Needless to say, things looked a little different. “I don’t know how they played
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