Monday, July 13, 2009
I was so thrilled with the result of my final round, it took me three days to post it. I scraped my way to a score of 73 and a disappointing finish at the Providence Open. I have driven straight from the tournament to my coach's house in Birmingham and am on a mission to be ready for the 2010 PGA Tour Q-School. I am here indefinitely as I improve my game and my life towards becoming a world's best golfer and competitor.
Thursday, July 9, 2009
I shot -2, 70 in the first round of the Providence Open today at Triggs Memorial GC. It was a solid round considering I played the par 5s worse than normal. It is impossible to shoot winning scores without taking advantage of the par 5s, so its my goal tomorrow to birdie every par 5. I am tied for 14th now heading into the final round tomorrow and with a great pairing in my corner (an Australian Tour player and 2008-2009 US Open participant), tomorrow holds alot of promise. Catch you then with some good news.