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CRISTIE KERR

Even as a child, Florida-born Cristie Kerr showed a natural aptitude for golf. She began playing at the age of nine and quickly emerged as one of the best in her age-group. Her mastery and skill earned her a top state-ranking while playing on her school boy’s golf team and progressed to a remarkable amateur career. She hit her first shots on the LPGA circuit as a professional player at the tender age of 18. In 2002 she scored her first triumph, winning the Long Drugs Challenge in California. This led to a string of victories until she walked off with her first major tournament, the US Women’s Open, in 2007, followed by a record victory at the LPGA championship a few years later.

Cristie is wearing a RM 007 in titanium on her wrist as she strides across the world’s finest courses, on the LPGA Tour and Lacoste Ladies Open, where Richard Mille is a major partner for the second year running.

Even as a child, Florida-born Cristie Kerr showed a natural aptitude for golf. She began playing at the age of nine and quickly emerged as one of the best in her age-group. Her mastery and skill earned her a top state-ranking while playing on her school boy’s golf team and progressed to a remarkable amateur career. She hit her first shots on the LPGA circuit as a professional player at the tender age of 18. In 2002 she scored her first triumph, winning the Long Drugs Challenge in California. This led to a string of victories until she walked off with her first major tournament, the US Women’s Open, in 2007, followed by a record victory at the LPGA championship a few years later.

Cristie is wearing a RM 007 in titanium on her wrist as she strides across the world’s finest courses, on the LPGA Tour and Lacoste Ladies Open, where Richard Mille is a major partner for the second year running.

Despite being an accomplished sportswoman whose prowess is universally acknowledged, Cristie Kerr never loses sight of her personal commitment to charity through the foundation she created in 2003.
The Birdies for Breast Cancer supports women who are fighting against the disease, just like her mother was that very year.

The 15th April, 2017, she won her 19th career LPGA event, finishing the Lotte Championship at Ko Olina Golf Club in Kapolei, Hawaii, with a tournament-record 20-under-par 268.

The 15th April, 2017, she won her 19th career LPGA event, finishing the Lotte Championship at Ko Olina Golf Club in Kapolei, Hawaii, with a tournament-record 20-under-par 268.

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