After a rocky first tournament at Yocha Dehe Cache Creek, I’m very excited for my next one at Morgan Creek in Roseville. On a side note that Yocha Dehe at Cache Creek Golf Course was awesome. What a beautiful layout, fantastic greens that roll fast and true, white sandy bunkers and wonderful scenery. It’s located about 35 minutes North of Sacramento right behind the Cache Creek Indian Casino. Just want to give a shout out to those involved getting that course in awesome shape at the end of January nonetheless.
I learned a lot from my first tournament, shooting 82 with a terrible hole on the front nine. I learned that expectations are a nightmare. I expected to play very good, not because of the work that I put in to prepare for Yocha Dehe but because I thought I could pick up where I left off from last year which isn’t the thinking that’s going to get me to the next level. Live and learn I guess.
Since my last tourney on the 28th of January I’ve been itching for revenge and this Sunday I get my chance. The one thing that I really can tell everyone that I enjoy about myself is I’m a competitor to the extreme. I hate losing, I hate having bad tournaments, I hate the feeling of playing bad, but I get fired up afterwards. I want more and more chances to show everyone that I can play and play well. I can win tournaments, and I can’t wait to get another chance to show what I can do. Since the 28th I’ve been so motivated and focused to get better and prepare. As of today I’m more prepared and feel 100 percent more confident in my game than I did three weeks ago.
Although this is probably my shortest blog I just wanted to give my wonderful and very blessed supporters out there an update on what’s going on with me lately. I can’t wait for my next post to tell you how well I did in this latest tourney.
P.S: From a golfers standpoint I have to give a huge shout out to the weather. Without the sunny, 65 degree weather I wouldn’t be able to say that I’m getting better everyday so far. To those of you who are skiers and snowboarders from the bottom of my heart I’m sorry but just wait till June we will probably get snow. Stay positive and maybe go swing the sticks enjoy while you can the beautiful outdoors.