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four rounds of consistent and composed golf to win

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For a while, it looked as though Ariya Jutanugarn was headed for the former.But after becoming the first golfer from Thailand -- male or female -- to win a major championship, it seems as though there is nothing stopping her from eventually evolving into a master of the game.Born to parents who own a golf pro shop in Bangkok, Jutanugarn picked up the sport when she was only 5 and started to raise eyebrows when she broke Michelle Wies record as the youngest player to qualify for an LPGA Tour event.That happened in 2007 when she qualified for the Honda LPGA Thailand at the age of 11 years, 11 months and two days. Her mark stood until Lucy Li played her way into the 2014 U.S. Womens Open.From then on, it seemed only a matter of time before Jutanugarn would crack the big time, especially given her aggressive and bold approach.She went on to win the U.S. Girls Junior Championship in 2011 and was a two-time American Junior Golf Association Player of the Year, but the first real resistance to her rise came in 2013 due to a shoulder injury brought about by a freak accident.Following surgery, Jutanugarn embarked on the long road to recovery, but she then approached her next hurdle in the form of a disappointing 2015, where she missed the cut at ten consecutive tournaments.The turning point looked to have arrived at the first major of 2016, when she held a two-stroke lead with three holes remaining at the ANA Inspiration, only for a stunning collapse that saw her close with successive bogeys and ultimately finish fourth.Still only 20 at the time, and with the possibility of yet another futile year ahead, she could have buckled under the pressure.ddddddddddddBut Jutanugarn is made of sterner stuff.Just three weeks after that meltdown, she landed her first LPGA Tour title when she won the Yokohama Tire LPGA Classic.A fortnight later, she won the Kingsmill Championship and, immediately after, another triumph arrived in the form of the LPGA Volvik Championship. That made her the first player in LPGA history to win her first three titles in consecutive starts.With no more doubts hanging over her, Jutanugarn then claimed the biggest prize of her career thus far, producing four rounds of consistent and composed golf to win the Ricoh Womens British Open by three strokes.The victory capped off a stunning turnaround in fortunes, but it appears that the secret to her success was little more than a mind trick.In several interviews, Jutanugarn has said that she now focuses on being happy even before she hits a shot and is more in control of her emotions.Being destined for a sport from a young age is one thing, but learning to love it is another.Since that major triumph, Jutanugarn, now 21, claimed the Canadian Pacific Womens Open and finished the year ranked No. 2 in the world while topping the money list with over US$2.5 million in winnings.She will head into 2017 brimming with belief and confidence.Only time will tell what she ultimately achieves in her career, although there can be no denying that Jutanugarn has taken the correct direction after approaching a fork in the road -- and is now on the path to greatness. 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