Florida’s Natural Charity Classic Returns to Winter Haven in 2020
March 2-8, 2020
Country Club of Winter Haven
4200 Country Club Rd S
Winter Haven, FL 33881
Lauren Kim – Winner of 2018 Florida’s Natural Charity Classic
Not even an hour and a half fog delay could slow down Lauren Kim (Los Altos, California) on March 18th, 2018, as the Stanford University alumna fired a bogey-free, 9-under par 63 in the final round to claim the 2018 Florida’s Natural Charity Classic.
“It’s surreal right now. Kind of a work in progress and something I’m really proud of, to be able to come back from the off-season and win the first event,” said Kim. “Today just went my way. It kind of didn’t feel so hard to shoot 9-under. You wonder why it doesn’t happen more often. The putts were just rolling my way and I was hitting good shots. A lot to be proud of.”
Kim wrapped up her Florida’s Natural Charity Classic tournament-record score of 63 with an eagle on No. 18. The previous mark was held by Angela Oh, who shot a 65 in the second round of the 2010 Florida’s Natural Charity Classic, back when the Country Club of Winter Haven was actually the Lake Region Yacht and Country Club.
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