I also realized how much I've grown as an individual. In the short thirteen months of my golf career, my nerves have been tested multiple times. I've been forced to play in countless clutch situations, and this was the first time I had kept my head down and won. A few months into my career I played at the Utah Jr. Open at Glen Eagle golf course. I had a one stroke lead going into eighteen, and had never been so excited. For those of you who don't know the eighteenth at Glen Eagle, it plays as a par five with an island green. Anyways, I had hit my drive perfect and left myself with about two-hundred-ten yards. It was makable in two. But deciding I was in the drivers seat and the tournament was mine to lose, I laid up to a three quarter wedge distance. It didn't matter though, because I chunked my wedge shot and ended up short in the water. I did the same thing when I went to the drop zone. On that one hole I had lost the tournament and two balls. Gaining seven strokes on four holes proved how far I've come. That's why these thirteen months have meant a great deal to me. Comment below and tell me what's happened to your game in the past year.
See you on the green at eighteen,