Charley Hull targeting glory in Bucks

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• Charley Hull gunning for glory at Ladies European Masters
• The 19-year-old will be hoping to win her second pro title
• "I’ve been polishing up my game for the last couple of weeks"

CHARLEY HULL

English No.1 Charley Hull begins her bid for a second professional title when she tees up in the ISPS Handa Ladies European Masters at Buckinghamshire Golf Club tomorrow.


The world No.47 arrives in good form after a strong run in the USA and is looking to add to the silverware she won at last year’s Lalla Meryem Cup in Morocco.

“My game feels in good shape,” said the 19-year-old from Kettering, who recently finished T26 at the KPMG Women's PGA Championship.
"I’ve been polishing up my game for the last couple of weeks" - Charley Hull

“This is a strong event for the Ladies European Tour and it would be great to perform well here, which would give me great hopes for next week’s US Open. I played quite well a couple of weeks ago in America and I’ve been polishing up my game for the last couple of weeks. It’s feeling good so hopefully I can continue that form.”

Charley Hull has finished inside the top 20 in each of the last three editions of the Ladies’ Masters, with her best finish a tie for ninth place at the Buckinghamshire in 2013.

“It’s great to be back playing in my home tournament. This was one of my first professional events so it brings back great memories and it’s good to be in front of the home crowd with my family coming down,” said Hull, the youngest ever player to win the Ladies European Tour’s Order of Merit in 2014.

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KPMG Women's PGA Championship - Round One

“I also have the US Open next week and I’m flying there on Monday because of this event. I think it’s a great warm up for the US Open, good to be back on home soil, a little relaxing and hopefully a competitive week.”

Charley Hull tees off at 12.34pm in the first round on Thursday and is playing with fellow Solheim Cup winner Caroline Masson and Gwladys Nocera, the current Order of Merit leader.

Meanwhile, Carly Booth, Sally Watson, Heather MacRae, Pamela Pretswell, Vikki Laing, Kelsey MacDonald and Laura Murray will all be hoping to add a Scottish name to the title.

Charley Hull :: Ladies European Masters


Can Charley Hull win her second professional tournament this week? Or can one of the Scots clinch the title? Leave your thoughts in the ‘Comments’ section below.

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