• This Was How My Year Went

    It’s been a while since I last wrote about my travels! My sister, Nikki, has made her way over to England from Australia, and we have been busy taking selfies.

    We took a little trip to London over the last few days, where we saw HM The Queen in real life, and it was probably the best 3 seconds of my life. I have just about calmed down from it enough to get back to reality.

    I’ve played a few events over the last couple of months, so I’ve compiled a quick overview of my results:

    The Elisefarm Ladies Open in Sweden was a great event with Fanny Sunesson (former caddy of Sir Nick Faldo and Henrik Stenson) sponsoring the week. Fanny gave up her time for two Q&A sessions for the players, which was very insightful and appreciated by everyone.

    I posted scores of 69 and 70 to be 5-under par and one off the lead of fellow Aussie, Stacey Keating. It was fun to finally play with another Australian, and I enjoyed our final round, despite my horror finish. I ended up in a tie for 15th with a total of 1 over par.

    The Nordictrack Open De Strasbourg was next, where I had a steady week with scores of 73, 71, 72 to finish in a tie for 25th with several others on a score of even par.

    In between Strasbourg and our next event, I implemented my new number one life hack; having a friend that lives in Paris. It’s a pretty good one, feel free to use it. My travel buddy, Stacey Tate, who lives in Paris with her Australian fiance, put me up in their apartment and showed me the city. I was in love with the Eiffel Tower and enjoyed the fact that I basically forced Stacey into ordering snails because I wanted to see what they looked like but definitely didn’t want to eat them. She’s a true friend… she ate the snails!

    The Azores Ladies Open was not my finest work on the course. I shot scores of 82, 73 to miss the cut by one (I’ll just leave it at that). We did have some of the best views of the year, though, with beautiful looks at the ocean from the higher parts of the course. I also played in The Sanya Ladies Open in China last month on the Ladies European Tour. I didn’t play well, so the week was highlighted by catching up with some of my friends that I hadn’t seen in a few months.

    Now I am preparing for another tilt at the Q School in Morocco.

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  • Back to Sweden

    Some good signs from the month away. Had a couple of weeks back in England to work on a couple of things and now back to it. Looking forward to the next three weeks in Sweden, France and the Azores.

    Follow the scores live from the ELISEFARM LADIES OPEN.

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  • LET Access Tour

    I've been away in England now for about 2 months. As expected the weather is terrible. I am still managing to practice as much as possible but I do the good weather in Australia. So far I have had two starts on the tour. One in Sweden and one in Belgium. I made the cut in Belgium and was second after the first round so there are good signs for the future. I now have a whole month in Scandanavia with tournaments in Sweden, 2 in Norway and then one in Finland. The plan is to climb the rankings so that I can avoid tour school in Morocco at the end of the year.

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