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A Career Highlight For Megan Osland

The runaway winner described her feeling of accomplishment with the word ‘pumped’.

But it was Kelowna’s Megan Osland who turned ‘pumped’ into an action verb at the Canadian women’s amateur golf championship on Friday.

Osland added an exclamation mark to one of the most satisfying tournaments of her career by sinking an intricate — and steep — 30-foot uphill birdie putt on the 72nd hole of the national championship at Craigowan Golf and Country Club in Woodstock, Ont.

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Lorne White began his sports journalism career at the Kelowna Daily Courier in 1969. He retired in January 2014 and is now the photographer, editor and publisher of the Okanagan Sports Page.

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