LPGA Tour star Carlota Ciganda caught the headlines for being disqualified at the Amundi Evian Championship after refusing to sign her scorecard having been issued a pace of play penalty.
Despite admitting she is not the quickest player, she later claimed she was being unfairly targeted by rules officials.
The topic was brought up once again during the AIG Women's Open at Walton Heath.
Ciganda carded an opening round of 70, which meant she was positioned to make the 36-hole cut and mount a charge over the weekend.
She was asked by a reporter if she had made an effort to improve her pace of play.
Ciganda said that she has been practicing her routine, particularly on the greens.
The Spaniard also pointed out her group was waiting on the players in front in the first round, which can only be a good sign.
By day's end it was Ally Ewing who hit the front. Dame Laura Davies withdrew after a tough start.
As for Ciganda, the 33-year-old is bidding to claim her maiden major. She has had a number of good finishes over the years.
Her best finishes at the Women's Open came in 2018 and 2019 when she placed T-7.
She wants to put the slow play chatter behind her now.
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