“I wanted to talk about it at the start of the year, but I wasn’t ready,” said Salas. “I wasn’t – I wanted to share this – my story and my process when I was confident enough to share.
“I guess now is the time to talk about it, and that’s okay. Everyone has their own timeline to share what they’ve been through. And I’m not going to lie. I’m a little nervous even talking about it. now, but it’s okay. And I’m in a much better place. Just happy to be here.
She revealed that her struggles began when the coronavirus pandemic struck in 2020.
Not having the opportunity to get on the golf course and show off his talents around the world “hit hard” for Salas.
And it shows in her results, as she competed in 12 events after returning from the LPGA Tour, not having finished in the top 10 once.
However, in 2021, she has found her way in recent weeks, finishing tied for fifth in the Pure Silk Championship in May and tied for sixth at the Meijer LPGA Classic earlier in June.
And his stellar first lap Thursday came on the back of excellent driving performance, missing just two fairways in his opening 18 holes.
Her bogeyless turn means she finished a shot ahead of Charley Hull in second place.
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