Ashleigh Barty may be missing out on Grand Slam titles in 2020, but she's still picking up hardware. The Aussie switched seamlessly from tennis to golf over the weekend and won the Brookwater Club tournament in Queensland.
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Barty wins golf tournament in Australia
Published Sep 21, 2020
Men's winner Louis Dobbelaar, a two-time Queensland amateur champion, raved about Barty's skills.
"She's got all the tools if she wants to pursue it. If she put her mind to it, I'm sure she could," Dobbelaar told the Australian Associated Press (AAP).
Barty's boyfriend Garry Kissick is a PGA trainee professional and they met at Brookwater Club in 2016. The 24-year-old famously left tennis in 2014 for nearly two years and played professional cricket, so it should come as no surprise that her talents extend even further.
The world No. 1 skipped the New York swing and will miss defending her French Open title in Paris due to COVID-19. Australia has been especially strict with restrictions and she explained that she hasn't been able to train properly.