A 10-year-old qualifies for the U.S. Amateur. Really.

 Okay, this is insane. A good way. The 10-year-old, 4-foot-8 golf prodigy Latanna Stone qualified for the U.S. Women's Amateur.  

 Consider that. A 10-year-old plays better golf than you will most likely ever. It's fine. That upsets you, but we won't say.  

 Since 1895, the U.S. Women's Amateur has been one of the sport's oldest and most prominent competitions.  

 Before the professional game, men's and women's amateurs were equal to the majors.  

 Bobby Jones, Jack Nicklaus, and Tiger Woods won the men's amateur, while Morgan Pressel, Juli Inkster, and Grace Park won the women's.  

 The future belongs to Ms. Stone, born September 4, 2001, who has won 102 tournaments.  

 Recently, she qualified for the U.S. Women's Amateur in Cleveland by shooting a 70 at,,,

 the Wanderers Club in Wellington, Fla. She smashes the prior record of 12 by two years.  

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