British Open: The ones to watch at Woburn
With the British Open set to get under way at Woburn we take a look at who you should be looking out for as the tournament returns to the venue for the first time in 17-years:
A six-time LGPA and two time Ladies European Tour winner.
RICOH RECORD: Tournaments played: 9. Best finish: T7 (2011, 2015)
DID YOU KNOW: Her first professional win on Tour was the Women’s PGA Championship in 2009.
Finished 3rd in the Women’s PGA Championship after winning three in a row in a three-week spell in May.
RICOH RECORD: Tournaments played: 2. Best finish: T45 (2014)
DID YOU KNOW: She qualified for the Honda LGPA Thailand at the age of 11
Super Scot has saved some of her best performances for home soil and won at Royal Lytham & St Annes in 2009
RICOH RECORD: Tournaments played: 15. Best finish: 1st (2009)
DID YOU KNOW: She learned to play the game at North Berwick, where she still lives.
The youngest double-Major winner in the game since Old Tom Morris in 1869 has more titles in mind.
COUNTRY: New Zealand
RICOH RECORD: Tournaments played: 4.
Best finish: T3 (2015)
DID YOU KNOW: Was named as one of Time magazine’s 100 most influential people in 2014 – the day before she turned 17.
Looking to add to the one Major, the Kraft Nabisco Championship, she won in 2014
COUNTRY: United States
RICOH RECORD: Tournaments played: 4. Best finish: T17 (2012, 2015)
DID YOU KNOW: Played in the US Women’s Open at the age of 12 and was the youngest ever winner of an LGPA Tournament – at 16 years and seven months.
Set for stardom after beating Lydia Ko in a play-off to claim the Women’s PGA Championship, becoming the event’s youngest winner
RICOH RECORD: T61 (2015)
DID YOU KNOW: After coming through Monday qualifying, her eight-shot win at last year’s Portland Classic was the largest margin of victory on tour since 2012.