Annabel Dimmock taught local children about bunker playing in Thailand
Annabel Dimmock from England hopes to improve her progress for a place on the Solheim Cup team in Europe during this week's Ladies European Thailand Open.
The 22-year-old won the Jabra Ladies Open in May and the win this week could see her rise to 12th place in the rankings with three more qualifying events.
Europe hosts the United States in Gleneagles from September 13-15.
"I need a few good weeks to come in," said Dimmock.
"At the beginning of the year I was playing well but it was not in my sights.
" If I go in, the captain of a captain would probably be needed. "
European captain Catriona Matthew will announce her 12-man Solheim Cup team after the last qualifying competition – the Ladies Scottish Open – which ends on August 11.
There are two others o opportunities for players to claim a place – the Evian Championship and the Women & # 39; s British Open.
Eight players are automatically eligible, with Matthew making four wildcard picks.
Dimmock, who played in the European Juniors 2014 Ryder Cup team, added: "I have to keep playing well, but I can't think too much about it because I want to focus on my golf and everything else will be for itself worry. "
The Ladies European Thai country Open starts on Thursday, with other Solheim Cup winners Meghan MacLaren, Marianne Skarpnord, Esther Henseleit and Karolin Lampert all in the field.