Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Tournament #1


The first Golf Channel Tour tournament of the season did not go as planned. My bad golf game decided to show up that day, and all I could do was just deal with it and enjoy the group I was playing with. Even though the day was a bust I met some really nice/cool people and I can’t wait to play again and redeem myself to my flight.

6 comments:

glenzgolfmmbr said...

Hi Andrea,

I read your post. You have a great attitude towards your unfortunate play. That outward expression of joy in the moment will do you well in your next tournament.

If you don't feel on top of your swing just play each shot as though it is your best effort. If others score better, well, be happy that you forced them to do so by playing each shot to your best ability.

Glen Osborne
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Tuesday 7th Apr 2009 - Practice Round, Gates open at 8.00am, close at 6.30pm
Wednesday 8th Apr-09 - Practice Round, Gates open at 8.00am, close at 6.30pm
Thursday 9th Apr 2009 - Competitive Round, Gates open at 8:00 a.m
Friday 10th April 2009 - Competitive Round, Gates open at 8:00 a.m
Saturday 11th Apr 09 - Competitive Round, Gates open at 8:00 a.m
Sunday 12th Apr 2009 - Final Competitive Round, Gates open at 8:00 a.m.

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SJN said...

okay, chalk that first one up to practice and getting settled. Now... on to the next and your good game! You go gal!

Rick said...

Andrea,

Good luck on tour this year. We will be following your progress. The rules on the GCAT have been ammended nationwide so all women play one set of tees up from the men counterparts to more acurately reflect the USGA's stance of women playing 10% of men's distance.

You have a great attitude and I wish you the best of luck this season and hope to see you at Nationals in La Quinta!

Rick

Joe @ Golfer Source said...
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Joe @ Golfer Source said...

Good attitude. Isn't that the point of playing. Wouldn't be the same game if always alone.