Apologies for the long gap since my last blog, but there hasn’t been much happening over the early Spring so not much to report. I was supposed to play 3 tournaments in Africa in March but a combination of events meant that 3 turned into one so not as much competitive golf as I would have liked. On the plus side, that has meant more time at home on the Island and I really enjoyed the FPIL Golf Clinic at the end of last month. It was great to see so many people and I think (hope) that everyone went away quite happy, and with some swing tips!
In preparation for the European season starting, I took the opportunity to sharpen up my competitive edge with a couple of events in Scotland at the start of May on their Tartan Tour. It was good trip, with a 5th place in first event at Barassie, shooting 9 under for the two rounds. For the second event at Dundonald the wind had got up and the scoring was tougher, but I still managed a decent finish (25th) with lots of encouraging signs.
I’m now just looking forward to getting back out onto the Challenge Tour for the main part of the season.