I finished up the event in Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic where I shot rounds of 69, 71, 75, 68 to finish tied 46th in the 144-player field.
The golf course this week couldn’t have been more different than the one we played in Cordoba. Last week, we faced a narrow one with extremely soft greens while this week’s track was resort style with wide fairways and very firm but inconsistent greens. They had four different types of grass and the ball traveled at varying speeds over each of them. It was difficult judging pace and, consequently, mid-range putts were challenging. The wind blew about 20 mph each day.
I played well all week except for the first nine of the third round where I shot 39. I had a couple of bad breaks, but I also had 2 three-putts which hurt. I fought back, though, and I had a strong final round of three under.
lick here to edit.
On April 28th I finished up an event in Cordoba, Argentina. I had a solid week shooting rounds of 75, 70, 71, 69 to finish in a tie for 34th place in the 144-player field.
We played an old-school track this week that was a little shorter than normal and very narrow with lots of tall trees lining each fairway. It’s actually the course Angel Cabrera (2-time major winner) grew up playing.
Unfortunately, we got a lot of rain at the start of the week and the greens became extremely wet. It was difficult getting the ball close to the hole because it’d spin back a lot (sometimes 20 feet or more) when it landed.