Patient is Key
Lately, I have had some time at home to improve my game at home. It has been so much fun. I have seen my coaches to get feedback on all parts of the game. I feel like it all starts to come together. My swing is the best it’s been in years so I am very comfortable with attacking pins. I have worked with Carl and Peter with my chipping and pitching to improve my technique. I have a new workout schedule for the season made by Jonas at Elitcenter.
At the Flumserberg Ladies Open I struggled a lot on the greens. After qualifying to the match play, I lost my first match because of the putting. I was very upset with that since my game was feeling so good in general. Getting back home to Sweden, I saw Hans Larsson who gave me feedback on my putting. I am so very grateful for this session, it changed so much about my thinking regarding the way I hit my putts.
I went to Belgium to play the US Open Qualifying. The US Open is at Pebble Beach this year so it would have been a dream to play it. I cannot wait to play in front of my friends in Sacramento, but it didn’t happen this year. The qualifier was tough and I didn’t get the birdies going. However, it was a great learning experience. It will come.
I have been working hard all year on getting better. I know I have to be patient and I am so very hopeful for the rest of the season. I want to thank everyone who supports me and makes this journey possible. I have so many people believing in me, I really do have the best support system. I am excited to have a busy summer schedule full of tournaments. I am ready to have some back to back tournaments to get into it and start posting results.