Portugal Intercollegiate Open Day 2
That certainly was a tough day, day 2. At first, I was happy that I had a late start at 10 o’çlock, but afterwards I think that it was unlucky. Not only took our round 6!!!!! hours, we also had to wait for every hole and alsmost every stroke. When we were at hole 14, the sky broke open. Not with the sun, but with a terrible amount of rain. Within minutes, the green was soaked. And the wind….. woww
It was not a good score, but I got a lot feedback from my strokes and my tactical choices. taking the time for my set-up, not getting angry when I hit a not so good shot. Knowing that the condition of the greens can influence my putting is a good thing to realize.
It is what it is.The good feeling of my technical changes during winter is what is most important to me at the moment. Tough day, down to position 18, only 4 strokes away from a top 10 position. Tomorrow an early rise, pack my suitcase and play the last round.
It is raining cats & dogs today