2018 Tournament Planning
The top professional golfers plan their year around the four majors; the Masters, the Open, the U.S. Open and the PGA Championship. For me, trying to be a top amateur at this time, I plan my schedule around the international amateur championships. The five tournaments I will definitely be playing internationally are the World University Championship in May, followed by the “big three” between mid-July and early August, being the Belgian, German and Swiss International Championships. I will finish with the Liechtenstein Open Amateur in early September before shifting the main focus on the European Tour Qualifying school in early October. Additionally, I will be participating in a couple Pro events with the Memorial Olivier Barras in Crans Montana and the Omnium Suisse in Montreux. The rest of the schedule is filled with some national and regional championships to stay competitive. This season will be somewhat different for me, as I plan to turn professional in the fall and do my best to prepare to peak for Q-School. I’m very excited for the season and can’t wait to get the tournaments started!
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In this section I post updates about my practice, tournaments, travelling and other thoughts. I hope to be able to bring you my journey a little closer and give you some insights into my life.