“With Bronte you know her future is going to be
bright and things will fall into place.”
Since joining the local golf club at 9 years old, Bronte Law was destined to play on the LPGA tour.
An instrumental part of the winning Curtis Cup team of 2012, recipient of the Annika award and 2-time English Women’s Amateur Champion. And she’s only 22. After graduating from UCLA in the summer of 2017, Bronte has embraced the famously testing rookie year, growing in strength with every competition.
“It was never really a thought process to become a professional golfer – it was normal to me. I knew as soon as I picked up a club this is what I was supposed to do.”
Time winner of the English Women's Amateur Championship
England Female Player of the Year
Overcame 7 stroke deficit with a final-round 66 to win the European Ladies' Amateur Championship
Winner of English Women's Amateur
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