CHARLESTON, S.C. (Reuters) – There is nothing like winning the week before a major to boost one’s confidence, and Bronte Law is hoping to strike while the iron is hot and complete a quick double at the U.S. Women’s Open this week.
In her third season on the LPGA Tour, Law is among several young English players making their presence felt in the women’s game, and is part of a seven-strong contingent from her nation at Country Club of Charleston.
Law will tee up in a completely different frame of mind from her debut last year, when she missed the cut.
“It’s definitely changed my outlook, given me a lot of confidence coming into this week,” the 24-year-old from Stockport said, three days removed from her breakthrough victory at the Pure Silk Championship in Virginia.
“I’m playing some good golf and I’m really hoping I can carry it on this week on a challenging golf course.”
Law, in her third season on the LPGA Tour, identified the greens as the most challenging part…
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