Golf is a game full of highs and lows. You have your good weeks and your bad weeks. Sadly this was a rough week for Kiran Matharu.
Kiran made her come back on the European circuit this week with a LET Access event in France. Matharu missed the cut by only 3 shots shooting scores of 78 and 74. As in our previous article, Matharu stated that she saw this event as more of a practice leading up to the LET event in Morocco from 13 April to 16 April. “I didn’t play well this week and was struggling with energy levels.”, she says, as it’s been nonstop golf and travelling for the last few weeks. She also added that she will be staying in France for an extra few days as the practice facilities are amazing at Golf de Terre Blanche. The weather also played a big part the last 2 days with cold weather and rain creeping in.
The hard work and dedication that goes on between events is even more than anyone can imagine. It’s sorting out errors in one’s swing and spending hours on the driving range. Working on mental strength with one’s sports psychologist after missing cuts to believe that you will come back stronger in your next event. It’s travelling to the event and playing numerous practice rounds to get used to the course and climate conditions. But one will always do what it takes to do the things you love the most.
Kiran knows what needs to be done to achieve a good result once again in Morocco and if anyone can do it, Kiran can.
Article written by Michelle Leigh PinkStig Pro and LET Media Liason