GOLF: Star India breaks into world’s top 100 players

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Woodhall Spa’s teenage golfer India Clyburn has blasted into the world’s top 100-ranked players after an amazing summer.

Clyburn has won a number of top titles and has moved into 84th place in the latest world rankings.

The 18-year-old crowned a terrific season by 
recently winning the Daily Telegraph Junior title in Portugal.

She has also captured the English Girls title, the Scottish Junior Championship and the prestigious Royal Birkdale Trophy.

In addition, Clyburn made her full debut for England - helping the team to victory in the Home International Series.

She was also the top player in England’s emphatic success in the Junior Home International Series, finishing with a 100 per cent record from her six matches.

Clyburn is strongly tipped to follow in the footsteps of older sister Holly who is already established as one 
of England’s top professionals.

*England’s top ranked player in the world is Annabel Dimmock (12th). The rankings are led by Canada’s Brooke Mackenzie Henderson.