While no one has been looking (and believe me, when it comes to women’s professional golf, save for the most diehard of fans no one is looking), the LPGA may just have discovered its new American heroine. What’s more, in just another couple of years, she’ll be old enough to vote. In mid-September, 16-year old Lexi Thompson became the youngest player ever to win a LPGA tournament when she romped to a 5-stroke victory at the Navistar Classic in Alabama. This weekend she proved that victory was no fluke. Thompson wrote herself into golf’s history books by becoming the youngest professional winner ever on the Ladies European Tour as well, winning the Dubai Ladies Masters by 4 shots.