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Lizette Salas is known as an American golfer. She is most famous for playing on the LPGA tour.
Lizette Salas was born in Azusa, California. She is the daughter of Ramon and Martha Salas. Lizette started playing golf at the age of 7 and credited her dad as the person who influenced her to play golf. Her father was a mechanic at Azusa Greens public golf course for an extended period of 33 years.
Where she went to high school in Azusa, the entirety of her schoolmates didn't understand there was a golf course in their town. At first, she went to work with her father at the golf course to hang out and see what he did. He took her to the range to meet his companion, head professional at that point and who was also Hispanic. He wanted to give her golf exercises, but her father was reluctant. He didn't have the foggiest idea about how they would gather the funds to pay for it. So he instead worked out a deal where he would accomplish jack of all trades work for him in return for exercises each Saturday for her.
Saturdays transformed into several times each week, and with her father's help, a youthful Lizette started winning tournaments. At the age of 15, she had a record 62 in the junior game. Salas started playing golf seriously at Southern California University. There, she recorded three wins. She was awarded the Pacific Athletic Conference Freshman of the Year in 2008. She graduated from college in the year 2011 with a degree in sociology.
Salas first shared her life story at the 2011 graduation ceremony for the USC student-athletes. She shared where she came from and said that people don't expect much from a child born to Mexican immigrants.
Lizette Salas has become one of the best golf players in the U.S. In the 2010 campaign, she had two top-three finishes. Salas started with a tie for the seventh position at the Northrop Grumman Challenge at the beginning of the spring season. She also tied for the second position at the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational. Finally, she tied for the second position at the Battle at Rancho Bernardo.
In 2011, she turned professional and finished a tie for the 20th spot at the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament. As a result, she qualified for the LPGA Tour on the first attempt.
In her 2012 season, she had 18 events, with her best finish at the Sime Darby LPGA in Malaysia. She finished third in Louise Suggs Rolex Rookie of the Year race. She had a career-low 65 at the 2012 Navistar LPGA Classic in the first round.
In 2013, she chose Greg Puga to be her caddie, a rookie to the profession.
Lizette Salas has not revealed any public information about her personal and private relationships.
Lizette's hobbies are playing basketball, dance, shopping, music, and Zumba. Behind golf, she says that her biggest passion is Latin dancing. Lorena Ochoa is her biggest sports hero. The Cure is her favorite band, and her favorite food is Mexican. When she wakes up in the morning, the first thing she does is switch on her music.
Salas was accepted to the University of Southern California on a golf scholarship. She won three games in college, was awarded Pac-10 Freshman of the Year in 2008, Pac-10 Player of the Year in 2009 and 2010, and Pac-10 All-Conference First Team in 2009, 2010, and 2011. She was also named to the NGCA All-American First Team in 2009 and 2011. Salas is the first USC student-athlete to be called an All-American each of his four years on the team. After qualifying for the U.S. Women's Open in July 2010, she had her maiden appearance in a professional competition. Unfortunately, she missed the cut with a score of 79-77 in the event.
Salas graduated from the University of Southern California in June 2011 and began his professional career. In 2011, she participated in seven Symetra Tour events and finished 45th on the Symetra Tour money list.  In 2011, she made her maiden professional participation at the U.S. Women's Open, finishing T15. In the autumn of 2011, Salas competed in the 2011 LPGA Qualifying School, finishing 20th and gaining full status on the LPGA Tour for 2012. Salas won the 2014 Kingsmill Championship by four strokes, becoming the first woman to do it on the LPGA Tour.
Salas' career earnings surpassed $2 million in 2015 when she tied for second at the Meijer LPGA Classic. She was a member of the US Solheim Cup squad for the second time that year. She was sixth in driving accuracy and tenth in putting average on tour. Salas finished in the top ten eight times in 2017, including four times in the top five. Her best finish of the season was a T3 at the Swinging Skirts LPGA Taiwan Championship. She represented the United States in the Solheim Cup for the third time. She finished fourth in four races in 2018, including runner-up in the Kia Classic and the Indy Women in Tech Championship. She finished second in the Women's British Open in 2019.
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