Bronte Law was not happy with Charley Hull and Georgia Hall Tuesday after the pair both withdrew last-minute from the LPGA Tour's International Crown this week, and she didn't hold back when speaking about it.
The International Crown, a country-based team event, has returned to the LPGA Tour schedule for the first time since 2018.
The tournament is made up of 32 players divided up into eight teams of four. Each team is made up of players who play under the same country on the LPGA Tour.
The event holds a purse of $2m and is being played at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco, a par-71 course.
This is just the fourth ever playing of the unique event, and Team Korea, this year headlined by Jin Young Ko, are the defending champions.
Team England was set to be made up of Law, Hull, Hall, and Jodi Ewart Shadoff, based on their standings in the Rolex Women's World Golf Rankings as of 3 April.
However, on Monday, both Hull and Hall announced that they'd withdrawn from the event.
Currently, the pair are the top-two ranked English players in the world rankings as Hall is ranked No. 10 while Hull is No. 18.
They've been replaced by Alice Hewson and Liz Young, ranked Nos. 178 and 222, respectively.
Law, the now top-ranked member of Team England at No. 116, was not happy with how she found out her fellow teammates were planning to withdraw from the event.
Here is the clip of Bronte Law talking about Georgia Hall and Georgia Hall WD late Sunday. I give her a ton of credit for talking about her feelings on it, the easy way out was to dodge the question. pic.twitter.com/tOvqz6HUuW— Monday Q Info (@acaseofthegolf1) May 2, 2023
She told reporters during the Team England press conference:
Earlier in the press conference both Ewart Shadoff and Law said they didn't find out about their teammates plans until Sunday.
Law had added:
Law also said that she didn't hear about it through a direct message from Hull or Hall, though she later received a message from Hull apologizing for not being able to play on Tuesday.
Both Hull and Hall were quoted in the LPGA Tour announcement of their withdrawal from Monday.
While Hull had said:
An agent for Hull said neither player would be commenting further on the issue when reached out to on Wednesday.