Nobody's above the Law - Bronte is an LPGA champion

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It was a landmark week for England’s Bronte Law as she became a winner on the LPGA Tour for the first time.

She came into the final round having held at least a share of the lead after each round and impressed on Sunday to seal her first title.

Carding five birdies and just one bogey on Sunday, the 24-year-old made sure it was going to be her day having come close to victory in previous events.

For the entire day, the Englishwoman was really the one to catch, and in the end she proved just too good for the field.

Four of her birdies came on the front-nine and she played like a seasoned winner coming down the stretch.

There were plenty of contenders queuing up behind, with the likes of Brooke Henderson, and Nasa Hataoka both finishing second.

Madelene Sagstrom also grabbed a share of second place, but had her approach shot dropped on the last, it could have been a different story.

It was also a landmark day for and English golfer on the LET as Annabel Dimmock won her first tour title and secured a spot in this year’s Evian Championship.

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This week, we saw once again just how talented Canada’s Brooke Henderson is.

The 21-year-old finished the week tied for 2nd and this is the sort of finish that we are now used to seeing from her.

However, this finish is made particularly more impressive when considering that she began Friday’s second round with a quadruple bogey.

Her ability to come back from this and play so well over the weekend is testament to her mindset as well as her game.

What’s next for the LPGA?

Next up is the US Women’s Open in Charleston, South Carolina.

Law will head there with some serious confidence, as will many of the world’s top golfers.

Ariya Jutanugarn is the defending champion and the event has all the makings of a classic major.

Joe Hughes

Tour editor covering men's golf, women's golf and anything else that involves the word golf, really. The talk is far better than the game, but the work has begun to change that.

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