Hollie Muse is still on a winning streak adding The Leveret to her growing collection of trophies. She won the 36-hole scratch event only eight days after becoming the Scottish U16 open girls' stroke play champion.
Hollie Muse is still on a winning streak adding The Leveret to her growing collection of trophies.
She won the 36-hole scratch event at Formby Ladies’ only eight days after becoming the Scottish U16 girls' open stroke play champion.
The 15-year-old England International won The Leveret by two shots from Katherine O’Connor after returning scores of 74 and one-under 70, for a two-over par total.
Muse who was using a new set of clubs, had five birdies in each of her rounds, which were played in breezy conditions. She paid the price of venturing into the heather in her morning round, but overall she was satisfied with her game – and impressed the spectators by driving two of the par fours!
Only one other player beat par during the tournament. Gemma Clews, another England international, also shot 70 in the second round.
Muse is a past winner of the English U13 championship and last year helped England to win both the girls’ and ladies’ Home Internationals. She trains with the England Golf girls’ squad (image © Leaderboard Photography).