American Teenager wins first Major

Teenager Lexi Thompson, wielding her driver like a weapon, distanced herself from all competitors Sunday, making four birdies and zero bogeys on the way to winning the Kraft Nabisco Championship and becoming the second-youngest major championship winner in LPGA history.
Shocking, what she has done so young and so quickly?
Both physically and mentally, Thompson is far beyond her 19 years. She leads the tour in driving distance and is among its best in greens hit in regulation. She now has four career wins and ranks No. 6 in the world.
But no golfer has it all, so, just to keep things fair, Thompson has always fought with a balky putting stroke.
On the way to a tournament-record second-round 64 at the Kraft, she needed 25 putts. On Sunday, breaking from a final-round tie with Michelle Wie with four front-nine birdies, Thompson used only 13 putts to make it happen.
She finished the week ranked fourth on the greens.
She got there with lots of practice. With the help of instructor Jim McLean, Thompson discovered she had been standing too close to the ball in an effort to get her eyes over the line. She moved her address back a notch and realized the new stance gave her a familiar feeling from her youth.
The improvement was almost instant.