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weeks earlier on the other side of the Atlantic, where she was just three shots behind heading into the final round of the Women’s British Open before signing for a three-over-par 75. The notion Lee fails to convert her top-10s into victories seems plausible. That is until you consider her strike rate is currently a tick over 11 percent. Compare that to someone like Webb (19 percent) and she’s not doing so badly. Lee’s hunger certainly can’t be questioned, either. She’s had her eyes fixed firmly on the majors for years. “My ultimate goal is to have a Grand Slam,” Lee said after winning the Blue Bay LPGA in 2016. “So I think that’s always what I’ll be working towards. But you can’t have a Grand Slam without winning major events.” The pressure must be immense. Not only from herself but from her supporters and the media, too. The competition is stronger than ever. She’s only been on Tour for four years. She’s only 22. She’s a fighter. Good things take time. COVER STORY SUBSCRIBE TODAY and receive either a 2019 valued at $998 each! R DIARY CALENDA HANNAH GREEN (WA) APPEARANCES/BEST: Debut. N/A. WORLD RANKING: 123. Green probably isn’t fully satisfied with her rookie year on Tour – but she has gained valuable experience and another major championship start will only add to that. SARAH KEMP (NSW) APPEARANCES/BEST: Three. T67 (2014). WORLD RANKING: 292. Kemp has played predominantly in Europe, Asia and Australia in 2018, highlighted by her runner- up finish at the Lalla Meryem Cup in Morocco. AUSSIES AT THE EVIAN KATHERINE KIRK (QLD) APPEARANCES/BEST: Three. T3 (2017). WORLD RANKING: 69. Kirk isn’t in the greatest form but she will return to France filled with confidence after last year’s efforts. She was just one shot out of the play-off. SU OH (VIC) APPEARANCES/BEST: Three. T14 (2017). WORLD RANKING: 68. Oh arrives fresh off back-to-back top-10s in Portland and Canada and, like Kirk, will be champing at the bit after her performance at the Evian last year. SARAH-JANE SMITH (QLD) APPEARANCES/BEST: Five. T30 (2016). WORLD RANKING: 87. Smith has put in massive performances at the majors in 2018, finishing T5 at the Women’s US Open and T11 in the Women’s PGA Championship. Here’s hoping she repeats the dose this week.
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