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The 12-year-old Michelle Liu became the second youngest golfer in the LPGA Tour history

The 12-year-old Michelle Liu became the second youngest golfer in the LPGA Tour history

Michelle Liu won the CP Women’s Open in Canada this week when she was 12 years and 9 months and 6 days.

Michelle Liu won the right to attend the first LPGA Tour event in his career thanks to his achievement in Canada's top 12 amateur tour last month. It was the tournament where she went to eighth grade this year to end four rounds with +1 points.

Canadian talent has become the youngest golfer to participate in CP Women’s Open for 47 years. She broke the record of senior Brooke Henderson, who won the 2012 award at the age of 14.

"I still learn Brooke because she is a great golfer, a nice person", Liu said in an interview on the sidelines of the training round to prepare for CP Women’s Open to start on August 22. "I took pictures with Brooke and many famous golfer. This is crazy. I was excited to meet the top stars in the LPGA Tour".

Liu's video made a driver on the training ground being shared wildly on Twitter. A lot of people admire the long and powerful swing made in 10 seconds of the Vancouver child. Even a contemporary star of the LPGA Tour is Christina Kim who also shares the juniors' impressive swing skills when both train together.

Liu is the second youngest person to attend an LPGA Tour event. In front of her, Lucy Li used to pass the 2014 2014 2014 2014 2014 2014 Women's 2014 Women's  US Open. The youngest Golfer was crowned at an LPGA Tour event, Lydia Ko, at CP Women's’s Open in 2015, at 15 years old.