Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Good Start in Columbia

After feeling very good following a solid day of preparation on Tuesday, I actually felt a little bit off during my warm up session before Wednesday's first round this morning. That feeling translated into a few sketchy shots in the beginning and a 1-over-par start through my first four holes. A solid birdie on the par-5 fifth at the University Club, however, settled me nicely into my round and I played beautifully from that point on. I birdied each of the first three par fives on the course before adding a thrilling eagle on the watery par-5 18th to cap off a 6-under-par opening round of 65. Tomorrow I will head over to the tournament's host course, the Columbia Country Club, for my second round. After a great afternoon of practice at that course today, I am confident that I can go out and continue my solid play. I start at 12:40 tomorrow afternoon, and my game plan will be the same as it was today: stay relaxed and have fun all day. It's going to be a fun day! Come back to hear some good news after the round, and check out the results at http://www.egolfprofessionaltour.com.

1 comment:

  1. hello peter.
    i'm bebe. i have worked for Len mattice, b.j staten for several weeks in 07. i worked 4 marcus manley at the e tour at st james platation. i caddy out of Congressional country club(2011 u.s open site). i will be back on tour for the monday qualifer on monday at glen harven. just to let u know i admire your courage and ability of your game is ready to kick ass on nationwide if u stay patient. i will be more than welcome to work for you at glen arven if wish but feel free to contact me 202 280 5010.take and stay patient out there.

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