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Bronte Law

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Was in third place going into the final round of June’s US Women's Open and although she then slipped back into a tie for sixth with Anna Nordqvist, it still represented the best major performance of her career so far.

Was a wild card pick for a Solheim Cup debut in 2019, halving twice on the opening day alongside Carlota Ciganda and beating Ally McDonald in the penultimate singles a minute before Suzann Petersen sank the putt which gave Europe victory at Gleneagles.

Also played in three Curtis Cups (two of them wins), the Junior Ryder Cup and Junior Solheim Cup, while as a professional she has won on the LPGA Tour and twice on the Ladies European Tour, most recently the Aramco Team Series-London two weeks after the US Women's Open.