Over the past 2 days I was playing in the Amherst Open at Amherst Golf Club. I shot rounds of 74-71 (+3) to win the tournament by one stroke. Both days I struggled to hit my approach shots close but my putter saved me numerous times and I didn't miss a putt under 5 feet both days. The greens were the toughest greens I have played all summer, they were very fast and undulating with some very tough pin locations. I played very solid in round two minus 3 hiccups on holes 10, 11, and a double bogey on 18. I managed to make a charge with birdies on holes 13, 14, and 15 to put myself in a position to win the tournament. I have been building off all of my tournaments this summer and after every tournament I sit down and take all the positives out of my play. I have really learned the value of picking out the positives to help grow my confidence.
I feel my game is starting to shape up more and more every tournament I play in and I have finally got my competitive edge back! August has been a good month so far with 2 wins and a runner up finish! I will keep the momentum going this weekend as I play in the Glen Lovat Club Championship.