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Annabell Fuller, England Stroke Play Champ

golfer Annabell Fuller

Annabell Fuller is the England Women's Amateur Stroke Play champion for the year 2020, a feat she pulled off at Burnham and Berrow Golf Club in the tournament that concluded on August 20.

Fuller, who is 18 years old, entered the tournament with a World Amateur Golf Ranking of 51 and a European Golf Ranking of 34, rankings that will surely improve now. She has been as high as 21st in the world rankings.

Earlier in 2020 Fuller was runner-up in the Swiss Amateur, and in 2019 she finished fifth in the European Ladies Amateur Championship. She is in her freshman season as a member of the University of Florida golf team. She also won the Major Champions Invitational in 2019, played for Team GB&I in the Vagliano Trophy that year, was on Team Europe in the 2018 Junior Ryder Cup, and was a member of Team GB&I in the 2018 Curtis Cup.

At the English Stroke Play, Annabell carded rounds of 71, 68, 73 and 70 to finish at 6-under par. She won by three strokes.

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