Amy Anderson to make pro debut in Canada

Amy Anderson (right) with her brother-caddie Nathan during the resumption of first-round play Friday at the U.S. Women's Open.

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North Dakota State’s Amy Anderson has signed with an agent as she prepares to turn professional. Anderson, a former U.S. Girls’ Junior champion and Curtis Cupper, finished her college career with 20 individual tournament titles, breaking Juli Inkster’s unofficial college record of 17 titles.

The Forum newspaper reports that Anderson, from Oxbow, N.D., will be represented by Yee & Durbin Sports LLC out of Los Angeles. Anderson will make her professional debut Monday at a CN Canadian Women’s Tour event in Quebec. She will enter the LPGA Qualifying School in August.

Anderson ended the season ranked No. 85 in the Golfweek/Sagarin College Rankings.

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