BRONTE Law enjoyed playing at Delamere Forest Golf Club as part of her preparations for the new season in the LPGA – and it provided a great opportunity for a rising star.

Bronte, a top performer for Cheshire in her younger playing days before going on to international success, was the youngest winner, at the age of 12, in the Cheshire Girls Championship.

This was matched in 2019 by Forest’s outstanding young talent Immy Williamson, who currently plays off a handicap of six.

With the bulk of the courses in the area being closed earlier this year there was no problem in the pair enjoying playing a few holes at Delamere Forest Golf Club, which was in excellent condition.

This gave Immy a great experience in developing her golf and the incentive to follow in Bronte’s footsteps in the coming years.

Bronte, who won a top place in the world professional rankings and played a vital and dramatic role in the recent Solheim Cup victory for Europe at Gleneagles against the USA, and Immy have the same coach in Richard Green, the professional at Bramhall Golf Club where Bronte spent her early years in her stellar career.

More good news for Immy is that she has been selected for the England Girls u18 North West squad – the youngest player in the group.