English women’s champion Bronte Law has just scored her fourth win on the US college circuit, with a back-to-back victory.
Law, from Bramhall in Cheshire, won the Stanford Intercollegiate hosted by Condoleezza Rice for the second year in a row.
She won both titles with a score of eight-under par, signing off this year with a three-under 68 and a three shot winning margin. She scored 67, 70 in the first two rounds.
Law, a student at UCLA (image © Leaderboard Photography), had six birdies in her final round with three bogeys. She led the field with 16 birdies and was a tournament-best 5-under on the par fours.
The 20-year-old has just helped England win the women’s silver medal at the Spirit International Amateur Championship.
Law, who is currently ranked seventh in the world, is and England and GB&I international who has played in two Curtis Cup teams. She successfully defended her English women’s amateur title this summer, winning by 16 shots, and tied fourth in the European amateur. Last year she won the individual women’s bronze medal at the World Amateur Team Championship.