The next golfing prodigy might just be from right here in the Bay area.
Tiger Woods, take a look at Latanna Stone, who at 10 years old has become the youngest female ever to qualify for the U.S. Women's Amateur championship, one of the oldest and most prestigious tournaments in the game.
Yes, that's 10 years old.
The 4-foot-8 girl from Valrico wowed the field this month by shooting 70 to qualify for the U.S. Women's Amateur.
A quick online search, and you find several interesting facts about her accomplishment. She's two years younger than any girl to compete in the championship.
She has been featured by Golfweek, CBS, and even ESPN. She has a Twitter account. And she's being coached by the sister of Annika Sorenstam, one of the best ever to play the game.
YouTube video online shows her at a very young age already shooting low scores, perfecting a fundamental golf swing.
In just a few weeks she'll head to Cleveland to compete in the championship.
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