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Thursday
Mar162017

65 At 56: Inkster One Off Founders Cup Lead

Maybe it's that so many LPGA players are getting younger by the day, but 56-year-old Juli Inkster's 65 should remind Solheim Cup players later this year that the captain's still got game.

Randall Mell from Phoenix on the impressive start by Inkster.

This is Inkster’s 35th year in the LPGA. She’s an LPGA Hall of Famer with 31 tour titles, including seven major championships. She is 10 years older than the oldest player to win an LPGA title.

“I’ve been working hard on my game and it’s nice to see some results,” Inkster said.

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Reader Comments (5)

Julie rocks! Keep your head down, Julie, play well and have fun.
03.16.2017 | Unregistered CommenterPasaplayer
Love it. Go whup some ass Julie!
03.16.2017 | Unregistered CommenterDon P.
I saw Julie during Friday at the British Women's Open at Hoylake in 2012. She seemed to be trying to take it all in, as if this was going to be he final year playing, but here she is 5 years later still doing well. Outstanding.
03.17.2017 | Unregistered CommenterTim in NZ
What's not to like about Julie Inkster. Go win this thing!
03.17.2017 | Unregistered CommenterJupiter
Front runner for the inaugural Senior Women's Open next year?

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