MILTON'S Kelsey Bennett appears destined for her best season on the fairways to date, after her recent run of strong results at interstate tournaments.
The 21-year-old first headed south to the Kingston Beach Golf Club to contest the Tasmanian Open Championship from February 25-28.
Behind rounds of 73, 68, 67 and 68, the Mollymook Golf Club product finished the event in first after finishing eight-under-par.
"I played fairly solid during all four rounds in Tasmania," Bennett said.
"The first round wasn't as good as the other three, as I was two-over and was sitting about third.
"But I just stuck to my processes and shot three-under the second round.
"Following this round, I managed to understand the greens better and holed a lot more putts in the last two rounds of four and three-under respectively.
"I was really excited to add more silverware to the trophy cabinet, backing up my win at the NSW Amateur strokeplay event in January, where I shot four-under through the two rounds."
This victory gave Bennett plenty of confidence heading into the Royal Adelaide to play in the South Australia Classic and Rene Erichsen Salver.
"In South Australia, I kept the same processes mainly and it's all about the putts that drop on the day," Bennett, who finished the tournament in third place, said.
"My swing has stayed solid the whole time which has also helped, so I was happy with my five-under."
The former St Johns student wrapped up her interstate swing at Lake Karrinyup Country Club's Bowra and O'Dea Women's Classic.
"While I was happy with my sixth-place finish in Western Australia, it was honestly a bit of a battle because I was tired from all the recent travels," she said.
"I played alright but my swing didn't feel as solid as what it did the previous weeks in Tasmania and South Australia.
"The course was tough and the greens are very undulated and I struggled to read them.
"Apart from that, I'm definitely happy to be travelling and able to play golf around the county again."
These three top-six finishes has Bennett optimistic about her next tournaments, starting with Alice Springs in July.
"I am really happy with all three results and there is plenty for me to take out of them and learn from ahead of the next competition," she said.
"The three tournaments have gotten my year off to a great start and I'm very much looking forward to working hard ahead of my next tournaments, where I hope to secure a couple more wins."
Following her trip to the Northern Territory, Bennett will head to the Gold Coast in August and Victoria in November.