Pamela Pretswell finished sixth in the World Ladies' Championship in China on Sunday.The following is an extract from an article by Nick Rodger on Tuesday in The Herald this week. If you want to view the full article go to
"Pretswell continues to make significant strides, though, and her share of sixth place in a strong field at the World Ladies’ Championship at Mission Hills was another sizeable step. It was the 25-year-old’s second successive sixth-place finish on the circuit and one achieved in a line-up containing Inbee Park, the five-time major winner and current world No.2; Suzann Pettersen, the world No.5; and the new world No.6, So Yeon Ryu, who pipped Park to the title in China on Sunday.
Two years ago, when Pretswell achieved her first aim of safeguarding her tour card at the end of her rookie season, the former British Women’s Amateur" Strokeplay champion from Lanark expressed the hope that she could “reassess my goals and raise my expectations a bit more”. Pretswell is not one for making bold claims but as she continues to gain a stronger footing on the women’s circuit, there is no reason why she should not be targeting that breakthrough victory. She has had a trio of top-five finishes and played in the final group of the Sberbank Golf Masters in Prague last season."