Hi, LPGA Fans!
It was about time for another blog from me. It was so long since my last one that I had to read it so I could tell you everything in detail from that point. My last tournament when I was writing my third blog was the Sybase Match Play Championship, and a lot has happened since then. Actually, I've played in seven tournaments since then - six LPGA and one LET tournament in Ireland.
The venues in the U.S. were Springfield, Atlantic City, Rochester, and Toledo, Ohio (where I made my second top ten of the year). After that, I flew back home to Pamplona, Spain after four straight months in the U.S. I enjoyed every single second in Spain, plus two things: it was the week of the running of the bulls and we won the soccer world cup! To be there and live that experience was incredible. The entire country was celebrating for days! But I couldn't forget about my practice and preparation for the tournaments to come: the Evian Masters Presented by Societe Generale, the RICOH Women's British Open, and the AIB Ladies Irish Open, which was played on the course for next year's Solheim Cup. My game wasn't at its best, and I made a plan for the second half of the season. I set some realistic goals for myself, and I am nothing but excited about what's to come.
By the way, would you like to guess where I am while writing this blog?? Yep, in the plane back to the States after the "European break." It was nice to be back home with my friends and family, and while enjoying a coffee with my friends, one of them asked me, "So Bea, where are you living now??" I said, "on the planes and in the hotels." They started laughing, but it's the truth. My card in AA is Platinum Executive, only one step away from having the last one "First" and we are only in August. For those of you who have seen the movie "Up In The Air," I can really relate to the character played by George Clooney. So far, I have enjoyed every single day playing here in the U.S., although I've had lots of things to learn about myself and my game, which I'm working hard to improve. This being said, I am so incredibly motivated for the rest of the season.
I must also thank all the fans who read our blogs and articles and support us on the course. Thank you so much, and I promise I will write my next blog with less of a gap in between.
Smiles and laughter -
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