She takes us back to day three and begins with describing the weather: ” The last day the wind was up, which cause the greens to dry out and making it quite fast. I basically felt like I had to hold onto my game like someone biting into leather and holding on with all I had. I finally carded rounds of 78 74 78 and finishing in 30th position.
Mae Cornforth arrived at San Lameer Golf Estate ahead of the SA Women’s Open and had time to write to her fans about her experience at the SA Women’s Masters, which took place at Rondebosch Golf Course.
I did put myself in an unsteady position after the first round although I came back well on the second day. I was hitting the ball well all week, but just got a bit nervous on the greens, I feel I found my mental zone as it was probably the biggest factor that exposed me.
The main thing is I know, which area needs focus and that is my mental part of my game. I feel I could have saved few shots, but I am happy with where my game is headed and ready for SA Women’s Open!