I competed in a Challenge Tour event in Godersdorf, Austria two weeks ago and shot 12 under (67,67,67,71) to finish tied 29th. This week I shot three under (71,70,68,72) to finish tied 31st in Luceren, Switzerland. I was happy with the way things went for three rounds in both events but I didn’t have my best stuff on the greens during either of the final rounds.
The courses we played in Austria and Switzerland were cut between the mountains of the Alps, and as is always the case when playing at altitude the clear air felt so good. For most of the time I was competing in Austria I could see snow coming down just a mile away up the hill.
My game is improving but still not quite where I want it. I’ll compete in Les Bons Villers, Belgium this week and then Lumbres, France next week.
Between events in Austria and Switzerland I had a week off, which I spent in Slovenia with my good friend and college teammate, Tim Gornick. He was so kind to my caddy, Brett Lascara, and me and he showed us around his incredible country and treated us so well. Slovenia is the most beautiful place I've been. Attached is a swing from a practice session I had there. It's always neat hitting a shot and then watching the ball fly with the Alps as a background!
I hope the weather is good, you’re enjoying June back in the states and all else is going well. All the best, Brinson