15 year old is No. 1 in Australia
23 Jan 2012
15 year old prodigy Min Jee Lee is currently Number 1 in Australian Women’s Amateur Golf Rankings. The Methodist Ladies’ College student and member of the Royal Fremantle Golf Club is also 13th in world rankings.
The Australian Women’s Amateur Ranking System provides players, as well as the industry, a great opportunity to monitor the movements in the standings across the peak of women’s amateur golf.
The System is points-based, and operates over a 12-month rolling period. Over 15 events Australia wide count towards a player’s average. Players’ points are determined by their finishing positions in each event and the events themselves are weighted with the events attracting the strongest fields being awarded the most points.
Lee has also been selected as a member of the 2012 Tier 1 National Squad.
Please find below Min Jee’s 2011 Player Profile:
- Finished 2nd in Junior Girls and 7th in Women’s National Rankings
- Elvie Whitesides 72-Hole Champion
- WA State Amateur Champion (2 years in a row, she was youngest player to ever win it 2010 – age 14)
- Singapore Ladies Amateur Champion
- National Squad Member (Recently selected as a 2012 Tier 1 National Squad member)
- Queen Sirikit Cup team member (Reserve)
- Handa Junior Masters Champion
- Member of the 2011 Australian Team which competed for the Astor Cup in England
- Women’s State Team member (Team won the 2011 Interstate Series)
- Junior Girls State Team member
- Nedlands Masters Champion
- Australian Women’s Amateur Runner Up
- Winner of the Eileen Dawson Trophy (No 1 qualifier in stroke rounds at WA State Women’s Amateur Championship)
- GMJGF Srixon Junior Champion
- Member of Royal Fremantle Golf Club
- Finalist for the ANZ Railtrain Junior Sports Star of the Year Award
- Junior Golfer of the Year
- Junior Stroke Average Winner
Source: Golf WA
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