Lexi Thompson

When describing the life and career of Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) star Lexi Thompson, authors will invariably use the adjectives “first” and “youngest” repeatedly. The golf prodigy grew up in an athletically gifted family in South Florida, and at age 12, she was the youngest golfer to ever qualify for the 2007 U.S. Women’s Open. Lexi turned pro at age 15, and in September of 2011 became the then youngest – ever winner of an LPGA event.   

Lexi grew up in the public spotlight, and has been a shining force on the LPGA Tour for the past nine years. Consistently in the top 15 of the Rolex World rankings, Lexi has represented her country in multiple Olympic Games and Solheim Cups. Off the golf course, Lexi is especially committed to wellness with her fitness training and a new line of skin care products. And, she has a certain proclivity for powerful and luxurious automobiles.   

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The origin of Lexi’s competitive spirit could be traced back to her days challenging her two older brothers on the golf course. She played basketball and soccer as a pre-teenager, but her natural talent for golf was undeniable. Still an amateur after qualifying for the 2007 U.S. Women’s Open, Lexi won the U.S. Girls Junior at age 13. Her final accolade as an amateur was her semi-final finish at the 2009 U.S. Women’s Amateur.    

Since turning professional, Lexi has won 11 LPGA Tour events including one major – the 2014 ANA Inspiration. In 2017, Lexi was awarded the LPGA’s Vare Trophy given to the player with the lowest scoring average of the season. And, in 2018, Lexi won the prestigious and LPGA season ending CME Group Tour Championship.      

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As a world class athlete, Lexi takes her commitment to mind and body wellness seriously. Her training regime is legendary, and gives Lexi her competitive edge with superior strength, speed and flexibility. Her training also yields important mental strength benefits, which helps Lexi manage the highs and lows of professional life in an individual sport.  

As a Florida native and professional golfer, Lexi knows the importance of quality skin care. In July 2021, she launched Lexi Skin – a full line of skin products designed to help restore healthy, youthful – looking skin at an accessible price point. Lexi Skin products are 100% certified cruelty free and never tested on animals. Lexi’s new venture will further support her long-term commitment to Breast Cancer awareness with annual donations to the Susan G. Komen Foundation.  

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Lexi Thompson of the United States reacts during the women's individual stroke play 2nd round of golf at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games in Saitama, Japan, Aug. 5, 2021. (Photo by Zheng Huansong/Xinhua via Getty Images)


Lexi feels a special sense of pride and honor anytime she gets to represent her country in competition. For individual sport athletes, the opportunity to play on your national team is especially gratifying. Lexi embraces the multi-cultural event and especially the chance to meet other world class athletes from different disciplines from all over the world.  

After a long hiatus, golf was reintroduced at the 2016 Summer games in Rio where Lexi had the unique experience of having her father Scott as her caddy. Lexi wore her country’s colors again in Japan this summer and is already thinking about the US Team in Paris 2024.    

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This Continental example is painted Dragon Red II, a fiery finish created to match the sporting character of this convertible coupe. Exterior options include the Black Specification with 21” five tri-spoke wheels pained black and bright machined. Exterior options also include chrome pinstripes to facia and door waistrails.    

Inside the main hide is Cricket Ball red, with a Beluga secondary hide and Contrast Stitching. The front seat comfort specification includes added ventilation, six different massage settings and adjustable cushion and backrest bolsters. Veneers are single finish Piano Black, and the dash features the signature Bentley Rotating Display.  

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