April 10th, 2015

No weekend in The Masters

Overview

April 10th, 2015

No weekend in The Masters

No weekend in The Masters

Missing the cut is always a disappointment, but missing the cut in The Masters hurts even more. I fought hard en kept believing in a good result, but once again my putting let me down. The highlight of my round was a 3-wood on the par 5 second hole that went almost in the hole for an albatross. I made a simple eagle there with a 50 centimes putt. That felt really good. What happened on the next hole, sums up how I performed in this tournament. I needed three putts from ten meters for a unnecessary bogey. I just didn't have the feel for the speed of the greens.  

With two good birdies on 7 and 9 I went trough the turn in +2. The backnine is a bit easier, so I was in a good position to make the cut. But my putting was pathetic at times and in The Masters you just can't do that. In the end I

I missed the cut by two. After a big disappointment like this one, it's important to stay patience and keep working on the basics. If I do that, I'm 100% sure that the good results will come. Next week I have another very nice tournament, the RBC Heritage. I'm looking forward to play that event for the first time in my career. 

Overview

Top

Joost News

Joost Luiten is a four time winner on the European Tour. In 2015 he will play all Majors and World Golf Championships, and will mainly play on the PGA Tour. READ MORE ABOUT JOOST LUITEN

FOLLOW JOOST

YouTube

Joost Mail

Subscribe for Joost Mail and stay informed.

Questions? Send an e-mail to team Joost.

© 2017 JOOST LUITEN. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
Concept/Design: Lemm & Ten Haaf, Amsterdam
Development: Winvision, Nieuwegein