Brooke Henderson leads the Amundi Evian Championship after three rounds. The Canadian is in the running for a second major title after her triumph at the 2016 PGA Championship. And even if many players are chasing behind it, Joanna Klatten, former LPGA player, does not see the 10th player in the world cracking.
” From the beginning, I say, for me it is the favorite of the tournament. What she does is very solid. She has one of the best big games on the Tour. In putting, she seems to have found a grip that gives her a lot of confidence. With her, it’s the game compartment that can sometimes be a little lacking. But with this new grip, it’s very consistent. Mentally, she is also very strong, she has a great experience of winning (11 titles on the LPGA). As soon as it is in a position to win, it generally goes all the way. She’s not the type to crack.
Her sister Brittany is on her bag and that gives her a lot of confidence. It really takes a player to pull out a big card to worry her. She is a player who received a very religious education and someone very humble on the course. She doesn’t have the melon at all. Brooke Henderson is class. »