Girls aspiring to be golfers might try to copy Charley Hull’s deliciously uncomplicated technique but, if they wanted to copy her attitude, they would struggle to know where to start.
For an example of how the words trip from the player’s mouth almost as quickly as she sets about whacking a golf ball, what of her answers to a couple of the questions which followed her win in last week’s Ascendant LPGA Championship. When someone wanted to know how she felt about Xiyu Lin and Lydia Ko putting such pressure on her toward the end, she replied, “I thought it was funny, I found it exciting.”
That she would not have been making it up tells everything about her God-given temperament.
Here’s another gem of an exchange. “You’re a player who knows no fear?"
And for yet another, this one touching on her thought process regarding her six-year wait for a follow-up win to her CME Group championship title of 2016: “I don’t really think too much at the end of the day. It’s just a game and you’ve got one life. Go out and e...
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