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Dame Laura Davies has joined the line up for the first Rose Ladies Series tournament at Brokenhurst Manor on June 18, and the excitement is almost too much for us. 

Arguably the most iconic and successful British female golfer in modern times, Laura is joining Meghan MacLaren, Amy Bouldon and Georgia Hall in teeing off at the Hampshire course.

An idol and golfing hero for millions across the world, she won the Ladies English Open four times between 1992 to 1996 and we can't wait to watch her show the younger players how it's done at Brokenhurst Manor.

We mean, how good would it be if she won again on home soil?

As a member of the World Golf Hall Of Fame, the player adds an extra sense of prestige and class to this already incredibly exciting event.

The event marks the return of women's competitive golf in the UK and its the first in the Rose Ladies Series, a series of ladies' tournaments sponsored by Justin Rose and his wife Kate.

We can't wait to tune it to Sky Sports and watch Laura in action, fingers crossed she signs up for some of the other tournaments in the series too.

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