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She birdied hole one but gave both strokes back with bogeys on holes three and four.

Mehaffey, also 21, tweeted a short video revealing her official invite from Augusta National to play the final round and simply wrote: "Well this is exciting".

All the participants - even those who did not qualify for the final round - will be able to take part in a practice round at Augusta National today to familiarise themselves with the course's severe undulations. The event is 54 holes of stroke play, with a cut to 30 players taking place after 36 holes.

I was running a national women's organisation in 2002 and happened to see a piece written by a female sports reporter about how women were excluded from Augusta, so I just mentioned to my board, why not write these people a letter and urge them to open to women?

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In a dramatic battle between two 21-year-old United States collegiate stars, Kupcho had three birdies and an eagle in the last six holes in firing a five-under par 67 to finish 54 holes on 10-under 206 for a four-stroke victory over Fassi, who fired her third consecutive 70. "I started out well but had a couple of bad holes on the back nine".

The world's top-ranked amateur, Kupcho's decision to go with a local caddie was an easy one, although the American laughed she had not yet broken the news to her father Michael.

Zoe Campos (75), the 16-year-old from Valencia, Calif., who jointly led with Kupcho at four-under through the first round, dropped to seventh place at one under par, one shot behind Japan's Yuka Yasuda (70). She then struggled with back-to-back bogeys before an eagle on No. 14 moved her back to 1-under. "I don't know if she understood me or not, but she did it". Fassi hugged her when Kupcho hit 6-iron to 2 feet on No. 6 for birdie. Fassi's tee shot stayed on the top shelf, leading to a three-putt that put the tournament in Kupcho's hands.

The crowd more resembled one you might find at a USA women's soccer game with plenty of teenage girls and mothers and fathers with children in tow. "And to make it look fun. Obviously, I didn't make any, and I didn't really give myself an opportunity".