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US Women’s Open: What Is The Lowest Ever Score?

Helen Alfredsson of Sweden tees off at the 15th hole during the first round of the 2008 US Womens Open Championship

Whether it’s the men’s or the women’s edition, the US Open is keen to maintain its moniker as the toughest test in golf. 

Tough course set-ups and penal conditions are commonplace and scoring is rarely low, with a premium put on accuracy and course management. 


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