DANIELLE MASTERS says she must reveal her ruthless streak in order to get the better of opponents during this year’s Ladies European Tour.
The Bearsted-based golfer recently arrived back from the Women's World Cup of Golf where she finished a disappointing 15th with Trish Johnson while representing England.
Masters was called up after Kirsty Taylor withdrew due to illness.
The event took place at the Gary Player Country Club at Sun City, South Africa and featured the world’s best women golfers from 20 countries.
The 24-year-old is now gearing up to take part in the Women’s Australian Open at Kingston Heath Golf Club in Melbourne between January 31 and February 3.
Masters said: "I’m really hoping for a win this year. I feel like I’m a more rounded player and feel comfortable in my surroundings and on the tour. I want to start to be a lot more competitive and I’m working on that quite a bit.
"It feels like it is my time. I’m excited about it but I am not going to put too much pressure on myself. I now know when to take risks and when not to sit back.
"Fifth place is great but first is even better. Every time you step up you want it to be the best shot you can produce at that time. It’s all about mental attitude."