In 2001, Morgan Pressel became the youngest competitor in the history of an LPGA major championship, qualifying for the U.S. Women’s Open at the age of 12. Six years later, she became the youngest LPGA major champion in history, winning the ANA Inspiration. An incredibly steady game and prodigious grit and determination have served Pressel well over her long career, and any golfer could benefit from her experience and well-honed technique. In this series, Martin Hall picks Pressel’s brain about what has made her successful, and what everyday golfers can learn from her.

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