Good evening to you all and a belated happy Easter, I hope you found time for some golf over the long weekend?
I have had a fantastic weekend as Good Friday saw my 35th birthday come around…wow, when I write it down it certainly seems strange! Anyway, I took my group lessons on Friday morning as normal and had a cracking turn out at the men’s session with 10 guys turning up on what was a glorious day! Thanks to Stretton for taking the picture.
Now that the clocks have changed, which feels great by the way especially as it was light at 7:30 last night, I am starting up my After Work Club this Wednesday. It starts at 6pm and the first week is on putting, hope to see you there.
I have already had a lot of people asking about it, so it should be a really good night!
We are now just a mere 10 days away from the start of the first major golf competition of the year – The Masters. So far this year there has been so much great golf on display that I find it hard to pick a winner. I believe Jason Day will go in as favourite after two stunning wins in his last two starts and rightly so. In his last 13 starts he has won 6, which included a win over Rory McIlroy in the latest event. It’s hard to see past Jason Day in this vein of form, with Rory not quite being able to put 4 rounds together and Jordan Spieth looking a little short of form.
There has also been very little talk of a certain Tiger Woods and whether he will feature or not. If the rumours are to be believed then he is back is in good shape and he is hitting balls most days. Will he be at the Masters…I think that’s a yes, what are your thoughts?
Next week I will put together a list of 5 players I feel could challenge Jason Day.
Unfortunately my first Junior Easter Camp was washed out after rain on Monday, but I do have 3 more left during the Easter Holidays. These Junior sessions are a great way to introduce your children this great game. I find the best way for children to learn is through play, so I set up games based around the skill we are looking to develop. This gives the child a challenge to solve the problem and as a result means the skill acquisition is quicker. Each child will have their own target to aim for based on current ability level meaning newcomers can compete against existing players. This year I have introduced an Easter Egg hunt for even more fun.
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