The first two tournaments are in the books. The journey to Egypt went smooth and I had three days to prepare before the first tournament. The conditions were perfect for the Ein Bay Open. This also meant the results were very low. After a solid round of 71, I started well into the tournament. A few mistakes here and there on the second day lead to a 74 however, which was not low enough.
I used the time before the second tournaments to work on my short game. Happy with my improvements I was excited to get the Red Sea Little Venice Open underway. The afternoon group on the first day had more wind and my late tee time was definitely a disadvantage. However, I fought hard and was able to bring a solid result in difficult conditions into the clubhouse. On the second day the wind picked up once again and I got off to a terrible start, dropping five strokes on the first four holes. This was too much. The long working days made me a bit tired and I wasn't able to save my round, as I had done the day before.
It was still a great experience and I learned a lot from these first two tournaments. For my next tournaments I will travel back to Egypt on March 22nd. I am already looking forward to the upcoming tasks.
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.