Jutanugarn happy to give back

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Speaking ahead of this week's LPGA Thailand event, the 19-year-old revealed that when she was a child she attended a coaching clinic held by former world number one Cristie Kerr and that the clinic was an important moment for her.

This week the Thai ace spent time hosting a clinic in her home country as she looks to provide similar opportunities to the one she received.

“When I was younger, I went to a clinic with Cristie Kerr and I felt like it helped me a lot.” Jutanugarn explained. “And to now be able to help someone else makes me feel so good.

“Right now I have the chance to help somebody and it feels so good," she added.

“I can help them know more golf and if they feel like they have something to ask they can ask me.”

This year's tournament will be the seventh time that Jutanugarn will be playing in the LPGA Thailand, and she will be bidding to become the first homegrown talent to win the event.