I was able to secure my Alps Tour Card for 2019 in December through the Qualyfing School in Malaga. Posting a great score of five under par, 67, on the first day meant I was able to move into the final with a T15 finish. In the field of 144 players I finished T80 as I wasn’t quite able to fulfill my potential. However, I am extremely pleased that this means I will be able to play a full schedule on the Alps Tour in 2019!
After taking a few days off over Christmas spending time with the family, I am now back practicing every day. As the weather in Switzerland is not too good right now I am mainly focusing on technique training on the simulator, mental training and fitness. I am glad I get to go to Spain for a week at the end of January to get my game ready for the first event.
As of right now I am scheduled to play my first two events of 2019 in Egypt. The Ein Bay Open will be the first on February 19th – 21st and is followed by the Red Sea Little Venice Open on February 25th – 27th. Both tournaments will be hosted at the Sokhna Golf Club near Suez.
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.