June 14, 2015
By Chris Stevenson, Rideau View Golf Insider
BEDMINSTER, N.J. — Brooke Henderson wasn’t happy with her performance at the 2017 U.S. Women’s Open, which is saying something for a player who finished tied for 13th in the biggest tournament of the year.
She did chalk up another interesting accomplishment with her cheque for $97,696 after rounds of 70-71-73-71. That brings her earnings on the golf course since turning pro past the $3.5 million mark: $3,514,221 to be exact.
The LPGA stats won’t show that, of course: $661,818 of her earnings are unofficial because she won that money after turning pro, but before she became an official member of the Tour. That didn’t happen until she won the 2015 Cambia Portland Open and was granted membership.
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Henderson said she felt like she left a few shots on the Trump National Golf Club Bedminster, but leaves the course that Donald Trump built feeling like something good is close to happening again.
“There’s a lot of golf left, the CP Canadian Open, which is really big for me. Two more majors. A lot of summer and a lot of great golf yet to be played,” she said. “I feel like I’m in…
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