April 10th, 2015
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.