I just returned from Frenchlick Indiana for our LPGA National Teaching & Club Professional Championship. We competed on the Donald Ross course which was built in 1917. The course was quite a test of ability and patience. I don't think I have ever played a course where every fairway shot was on an uneven lie. It was just plain difficult and I had alot of highs and lows. It made me want to practice more for the next tournament!
I had the pleasure of playing in the pro am with two of our LL4G members, Ronda Robinson and Rose Asklund and Adams Golf VP of Sales Henry Lange along with LPGA Executive Director Nancy Henderson. We had a great day and enjoyed hitting from Henry's long drive location. I look forward to next years event as well.
The key to success is practice, practice and more practice.
Good golfing to all!