A women’s major golf season dominated by youngsters and newcomers culminates with the BritishWomen’s Open at Carnoustie starting on Thursday.
Patty Tavatanakit, Yuka Saso, Nelly Korda and Minjee Lee have all become first-time major winners aged 25 or under this season, but experience could yet prove important over a tricky Scottish links course with a brutal reputation.
Korda, who became world number one after her win in the LPGA Championship in June, enhanced her status as a rising star by claiming the Olympic gold medal in Tokyo last month.
Now she is preparing herself for the rather cooler climes of the North Sea coast of Scotland.
“This is the most ‘linksy’ course I h…
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