Jenny Shin poses for a photograph with a trophy after winning the 2016 LPGA Volunteers of America Texas Shootout at Las Colinas Country Club in Irving.
Jenny Shin poses for a photograph with a trophy after winning the 2016 LPGA Volunteers of America Texas Shootout at Las Colinas Country Club in Irving. Jae S. Lee Dallas Morning News
Jenny Shin poses for a photograph with a trophy after winning the 2016 LPGA Volunteers of America Texas Shootout at Las Colinas Country Club in Irving. Jae S. Lee Dallas Morning News

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