Brooke Henderson is one of the many young stars that shine on the LPGA Tour.
Beginning her professional career at just 17 years old, Henderson has been the face of Canadian golf since her LPGA debut in 2015.
Earning LPGA starts through Monday qualifiers and sponsor exemptions, Henderson made history when she won the 2015 Cambia Portland Classic by eight strokes. The margin of victory was the largest on Tour since 2012 and Henderson became just the second Monday qualifier ever to win an LPGA event.
In 2016, she became the second youngest women’s major winner when she won the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship in a playoff over Lydia Ko.
Since that moment, Henderson has since represented Canada at the Olympics twice (2016, 2020), won the 2022 Evian Championship and has tallied a total of 13 LPGA Tour wins by the age of 25, including a wire-to-wire win at the Hilton Grand Vacations Tournament of Champions in Jan. 2023.
With lots of golf still ahead of her, it’s hard to argue that Henderson won’t end up in the World Golf Hall of Fame when it’s all said and done.