Charley Hull Cannot Contain Her Excitement for the Future: And No, It’s Interestingly Not for the Solheim Cup

Published 09/09/2023, 5:00 AM EDT

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Being an athlete is a tough job with the amount of sheer dedication and hard work it requires to keep oneself at the top. It is the same with the game of golf as the players need constant grinding on their part to outperform the rest of their peers. But even so, one needs a break from the sport to pull themselves back together and that is the case with Charley Hull as she took to an interview to open up about the same.

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The English golfer has always been a fan favorite among many in the golf world and their families. But if the family in question is her own on top of that, the professional would not spare any effort in spending time with them. And, the golfing community was met with a touching side of the golfer as she found herself at the center of attention again.

Charley Hull shares the love for her home and family

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The 2023 Kroger Queen City Championship is well underway at the Kenwood Country Club. The golf world is on its toes as it tries to determine which amongst the field of golfers would take home the title and a cut of the $2 million prize purse. Hull has found herself in the run for the same as she returned from her small break to compete in the tournament.

In the press conference after the second round, the 27-year-old mentioned how she only plays a maximum of two weeks on the tour never leading up to three. Moreover, the past few tournaments over the seven weeks the golfer took part in were held in Europe which again led her to feel at home.

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Continuing on her response she said, “I was playing a lot of events… It’s a bit more manageable. But, yeah, I’m just excited to go home now,” while indicating to Europe, the place where the upcoming Solheim Cup is to be held. Moreover, the 2X LPGA Tour winner went ahead to express her affection for England as she mentioned her love for walking down the street all the while missing her people back home.

The Solheim Cup player also expressed how the golfer is always by herself whenever she is far away in America unlike in England where she can just go ahead, and drive to see someone.

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Nevertheless, the professional has not let her feelings for her family and friends back home hamper her performance in any sort. Moreover, her sense of camaraderie with her peers who play the game while she is away from her hometown is noteworthy. Let us take a look at one such instance.

Hull’s encouraging note despite double loss

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In the Aramco Team Series at the Centurion Club in London, Hull’s team, comprising herself, Hayley Davis, and Isabella Deilert along with former England footballer Teddy Sheringham, despite being a favorite to win the event, was pushed down to T2. Moreover, the Englishwoman was also placed at T4 while Nelly Korda was placed at T1 in the individual event. Nevertheless, she took to her Instagram handle to congratulate the team on a wonderful performance and finish.

The female golfer focused on the fact that they had fun in the tournament as she shared a picture with the duo. Her team, which was initially leading the competition to win the team event dropped down to the second position after scoring a 23-under par 269. Moreover, her heartwarming post received a lot of response from the golf community.

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Do you think Charley Hull will be able to pull off a win at the Kroger Queen City Championship and go back home in high spirits? Let us know in the comments below.

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Allan Abe

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Allan Abe is a fresh golf writer at EssentiallySports. Tiger Woods was the golfer who inspired him into the sport, and he lives by what the legend once said, "No matter how good your get, you can always get better." Allan extends his love for golf by indulging in a little gaming in his free time, with PGA Tour 2K21 being his go to.
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