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Topic - Alexis Thompson
There was a time when a 14-year-old on the PGA Tour would be considered big news.
Days after missing a chance to become the youngest winner in LPGA history, Alexis Thompson sounded like your ordinary teenager.
"My sister (Sura) was attending school in Canada, and we were going to move there, but when I started playing golf regularly, we decided New Zealand would be the best place to come because of the weather," she said.
"There was a lot going on that week, from going from the Curtis Cup straight to here," said Thompson, who says she prefers to be called 'Lexi.' "The excitement of being a pro, it was huge. This time, it will be a lot more calm."