Su is going to strike for fourteen days

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Su Oh during a practice round on Tuesday at the Evian Championship 2019.

She was the first of Team Australia to reach Hannah Green at the 72nd hole in Hazeltine and Victorian Su Oh hopes that her own important moment will come in the next two weeks.

& # 39; The world's top 120 women have hit the French side of Lake Geneva for this week's Evian Championship, the fourth major this year.

The Evian kick starts two weeks before the women's competition, with the AIG Women & # 39; s British Open – the fifth and final major of the year – next week in Woburn.

Oh, last month her good friend and fellow Australian saw the moment seize the biggest stage in the world and aim high while the LPGA Tour season is warming up.

"I was very happy for Greeny, we stayed together a lot," Oh said Tuesday.

& # 39; I think it was a surprise, but she was so calm out there. She is always very calm and relaxed and that was just visible on the golf course. I could probably learn from that.

"It shows that you never know what will happen, just keep on grinding away."

The Evian championship has returned to the drier month of July after a stint in September.

Adaptation to the harsher conditions is the number one priority for most since touch.

This year will be Oh & # 39; s fourth start at Evian Resort and she believes that some prior familiarity with Evian Resort and Woburn next week will be important in the next two weeks.

"I feel like I hit the ball a little better every week," Oh said.

"I think this is definitely a ball-striker's golf course, fairways are tight and it is a very wavy golf course, so second shots are important.

The only saving grace is that we have played both courses.

"I have never played this tournament in July, it was always in September. The weather and how the course plays can be different."

Oh backed up second place just before the Women's & # 39; s KPMG PGA Championship with a top 20 shortly after

In the process, the Victoriaan locked up her 2020 LPGA Tour card and feels like she has turned a corner with her form.

And there's no better time for Oh to take advantage of her improved ball attack and find a way to put a new career high on the seasonal money list of the LPGA Tour.

"I've always finished 50th in recent seasons, so hopefully I'll be in the top 30 this year," Oh said.

"These two majors are so important because you get the most position here, because the money is so big."

Oh & # 39; s Evian campaign starts on Thursday afternoon at 1:44 PM local time (9:44 PM AEST).

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