I have now had another two tournaments, one in Switzerland and one in Finland. Both of them did not really go how i expected them to go. However, I always learn new things that I can improve, and things that were good.
Something that i have to work on is my putting. From tee to green I feel really steady and confident, however to be up in the top out here on the European Tour, you have to make puts. Now when I have a week off I am going to work on a new routine with my putting. Why I am doing this is to do something completely different. To change something like this is always good to do, when you feel like something is not working.
I actually needed to get a new putter as well, because in Switzerland I found out I had a scratch in the middle of my sweet spot in the putter. My caddie Bart, contacted Yes, and they sent me a new one for Finland. So Thank you so much for that Yes and Bart
Like I said before, it has been my putting that I have been struggling with the last couple of tournaments. In Switzerland I had a hard time finding the right speed, it was raining a lot and the speed was different from green to green. In Finland on the other hand, I did not have much luck since i got sick. I was hitting the ball good, but when you are not feeling a 100% it is your touch and feelings around the green that goes away. I felt that I had no control over my putting or chipping. Looking back at Finland I probably should not have played the second round, but the people who knows me I never give up and I wanted to finish the tournament.
Next week I am off, before heading to Sweden for the national team championship, which I am looking forward too. It is held at Barseback GCC and I love that golf course. I have been having some rough tournaments now, but I have to keep my head up and look forward what is coming next.
My friend Bree and I