Hong Kong's Chan in the Fast Lane for Daytona State

Tiffany Chan (front) of with her Daytona State team-mates after their success at the NJCAA Women’s Championship.
Tiffany Chan (front) with her Daytona State team-mates after their success at the NJCAA Women’s Championship.

Daytona, United States: Tiffany Chan has underlined her status as a star of the future by helping her Daytona State junior college team claim its seventh NJCAA Women’s Championship.
The talented Hong Kong golfer led the way by capturing the individual title.
Daytona State finished 20 shots in front of Florida’s Seminole State at LPGA International Golf Club to win the team event for the second consecutive year.
In her freshman year, 20-year-old Chan led from wire-to-wire to finish as the leading individual on level-par.
Chan’s opening four-under 68 tied for the second-lowest individual round in NJCAA history and she is Daytona State’s first national champion since 2011.
 

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