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Pasqualle Coffa is enjoying the opportunity to play at home as LET returns to the Netherlands with the Big Green Egg Open.

The Dutch golfer, who didn’t start playing the sport until she was 16, had a strong start to the season in both the LET and LET Access Series.

Cova finished T35 at the Investec SA Women’s Open and T68 at the Italian Women’s Open, before posting her best-ever result in the LET with a T12 at the Jabra Ladies Open.

At LETAS, the 24-year-old has proven more in line with the T15 at the Montauban Ladies Open and the T19 at the Golf Flanders LETAS Trophy.

With the opportunity to play in her home country, Coffa wants to share her love for the sport and hopes the tournament will help boost women’s golf.

“I am really happy and proud that the Netherlands is hosting the LET event again. It is a great opportunity to give women’s golf a boost in our country. It means a lot to me to have the opportunity to play and share my love for golf,” She said.

“I started my season pretty decent. Seeing my swing improve and really understanding it made me feel in control and gave me the right energy to gain confidence to get out of it.”

And the Dutch golfer plays alongside German Olivia Cowan and Florentina Parker of England, with the group starting at 14.08.

Rosendaelsche, a GEO accredited course, is the venue for this week’s Big Green Egg Open and Coffa that has played on the course before.

But even though she’s off to a good start to the season, she’s not setting any expectations on herself this week and just wants to enjoy the week.

She added: “I know the course very well. I have been here in the past to play a competition against other clubs from Holland. The course is in good shape, and it is a good challenge for us.

“I am looking forward to an exciting event in Rosendaelsche! Playing some golf at home is always fun. I don’t really hope or expect anything, I just focus on the process and have fun!”

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