Quick update on the past few weeks (ok maybe not so quick) haha
I recently played in an event at Sundance Country Club in Buckeye, AZ. The course was a fairly young course with a lot of challenges. I enjoyed playing this event. I played very consistent golf for all three days shooting 75,75,74. I ended up taking 6th in the money and was very happy with my play that week. My caddy and I had great course management all week and felt very confident in my play. It was a successful week and I look forward to playing that course in the future.
Next on the agenda was the Wildfire Event. I have honestly been looking forward to this event since last year. It is a beautiful course and we were playing it the week before the LPGA RR Donnelley Tournament took place. The field is always big and LPGA players play in our event as a warm up. We arrived and played a practice round on Sunday. Monday was day one of the event and I started the day off feeling shaky and unable to eat. I wasn't sure why because I felt the past year allowed me to conquer my nerves. I played great with some sloppy holes in-between and had no idea why I was feeling the way I did. By the end of the round I was too sick to even function. I went to urgent Care and found out I had noro-virus (aka. severe stomach virus). I unfortunately had to withdraw from the tournament and have taken the last 4 days to recover.
In other news...I have been working out in the gym everyday now for 13 weeks straight and can honestly say it has made a huge difference in my game. I figure that I am gonna take control of the things I can involving my golf career in order to make sure my journey is successful.
|Sundance Golf Course|
Sundance Golf Course in Buckeye, AZ was a young fresh course that was still firm in the fairways. Its layout is of a typical desert course with trouble if you were not in the fairways. Water only came into play on two holes. The fairways are very narrow but definitely lush green. I was impressed with the course as a hole but not so impressed with the practice facility. They had a really neat chipping area but it was placed at the end of the driving range so it was very cramped and not easily accessible. The greens rolled pure but definitely weren't super fast. For a golf round it is a fun and challenging venue.
I give it 4 stars!
|Wildfire Golf Resort|
I give it 5 stars!
Have a great week and be sure to check out my "What's Happening" section at the bottom of the main page to see the full calendar of event!