& # 039; Son & # 039; s death has changed my approach to golf & # 039; – European Tour hopeful Law

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David Law won the Scottish Hydro Challenge in June

David Law is within reach to realize his dream of a European Tour card, 15 months after the premature death of his first child.

The 27-year-old is one of four Scots in the top-15 qualifying spots for the Grand Final of the Challenge Tour Grand Final.

The law feels that his perspective has changed since his son was born.

"It was a difficult time and since then, golf has been secondary to it," said the Aberdonian. "You begin to realize that it is not as important as you think it is."

He told BBC Scotland: "I think it helped to have a more relaxed approach this year."

The law is currently 12th in the rankings of Road to Ras Al Khaimah, with fellow Scots Grant Forrest (eighth), Liam Johnston (10th) and Robert MacIntrye (13th) are currently also in the places in the qualifications

If they remain after the final on the Al Hamra course in Ras Al Khaimah after the final from Wednesday 31 October to Saturday 3 November, they will secure a place for the most important European next season's tour

"I would definitely pinch myself," Law said. "It would mean everything to me and my family, it has been a dream of mine since my 15th.

" I just have to go out and try my best to win the tournament.

"A few things can happen, I could finish last and be OK, I could end 20 and not be OK, so the easiest thing I can do is go outside and finish as high as possible

"I have to keep an eye on this ball this week and hopefully we can celebrate after that."

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