Stockport’s Bronte Law writes her name into history with breakthrough victory in America
- The 24-year-old enjoyed a stunning victory at the Pure Silk Championship
- Law joins fellow Englishwomen Hull and Hall inside the world’s top 25
- Tiger Woods has spent 841 weeks in the top five — more than 16 years!
There will be no trouble spotting the competitor with the broadest smile as the biggest event in the women’s game, the US Open, gets underway in lovely Charleston, South Carolina on Thursday.
Stockport’s Bronte Law is authoring quite a story of her own after following up a play-off loss in San Francisco earlier this month with a stunning breakthrough victory on the LPGA Tour in Virginia on Sunday.
Nothing underlines its value more than how rare it is for a woman from England to triumph on American soil. The last was Charley Hull in 2016. Before that, you have to go all the way back to Karen Stupples in 2004.
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