“I grew up playing on a par 3 course so I’m really excited for this, I heard this course is quite narrow which can be a good thing or bad thing, but I am really confident, and I know my wedge game was good when I last played – so hopefully it’s still there as I know I will need it to be!

“I think we are heading in the right direction and of course we have a long way to go but on the LET (Ladies European Tour) we are trying to grow it bigger and there has been some things going on there and hopefully we can get more support from men in the future, particularly the big players out there, so we can get equal to what tennis is doing.”