Lancs lass Hollie back in the fray

LANCASHIRE hot-shot  Hollie Muse completed a two shot win at the U18 Fairhaven Trophies then declared: “I’m back!” The England women’s international  had given up the six months ago.

“I’d stopped playing, I was upset with my game and I wasn’t in a goHollie Muse....jpgod place,” she explained. “I didn’t win anything last year and I thought I was never coming back.”

But she came back this season with a new approach and it paid off. She tied second in the Scottish girls’ championship, then shared third place in the Scottish women’s strokeplay pior to winning at Fairhaven.

“To win this is emotional for me,” said the 17-year-old from West Lancashire.

She finished the 72-hole international event on three-under par, two ahead of Norfolk’s Amelia Williamson (Royal Cromer), who was girls’ runner-up for the second year in a row.

The boys’ title was won in runaway style by Sweden’s Ludvig Aberg, two under and 10 shots clear of the runner-up, George Raitt of Leicestershire.


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