Make sure you arrive for your opening day of practice in your flashiest motor.

Meanwhile, I need to get you some time with my tailor.

At the moment I’m just travelling around with my dad and enjoying it.

The rules say I have to accompanied by an adult until I’m 18, which is next March. It’s all about the next round for me.” What her elder rivals would give for such a simple philosophy.

Hull made it through qualifying school last year and in her first five starts on the Ladies European Tour finished second each time.

“I was like, ‘Yeah, that’s amazing’ but by the fourth and fifth I was thinking, ‘Not again’,” she said.

Hull has known what she was going to be since she was nine.

“I remember telling my Dad, ‘I’m quite good at this - I’m going to be a professional golfer’,” Hull said.

Unfortunately, she will likely grow out of it – they always do – but, for the moment, the off-course is of absolutely no interest to her.

Hull kept out of one of those rows which only happens in amateur golf last year when she was initially excluded and then reinstated in the Curtis Cup for missing a practice session because she was playing in her first American major, the Kraft Nabisco. And then, just three weeks ago, she claims she was “chilled” when it came to Solheim selection time.

Hull had missed the cut at that week’s British Women’s Open at St Andrews and the word was Neumann might think she was not ready.