Teenage golfer Charley Hull from near Kettering in Northamptonshire will have at least another half a day to prepare for her Solheim Cup debut in America. The event is the women's equivalent of the Ryder Cup.
17-year-old Charley lined up with the European team facing the USA at Friday morning's opening ceremony but isn't taking part in the first session of play.
She's the youngest player in the history of the competition.
Kettering teenager Charley Hull could make golfing history if she's selected to take part in day one of the Solheim Cup at Colorado Golf Club.
At 17, Hull would become the youngest player in the history of the competition if she's picked by European captain Liselotte Neumann to face the Americans in either the foursomes or the fourballs.
Golf fans will know Ian Poulter's heroics at recent Ryder Cups are well documented, but now another player from Woburn Golf Club is preparing to take on the Americans.
At 17 years old, Charley Hull is the youngest player ever to make the European team for the Solheim Cup, the women's version of the event which starts on Friday.
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Teenage golfer Charley Hull from Northamptonshire will have to be at her best today to avoid missing the cut in the Women's Open at St Andrew's today.
Hull, 17, from Kettering finished with a four over par, ten shots off the lead after yesterday's opening round.