Hello Keratin fans!
I just had my first event of the year and missed the cut by a stroke. Major bummer but to put things into perspective my game is really close! For the first event of the year I am happy with where things are and so ready for the next event. Since the LPGA lost a few events this past year, the next event isn’t till April 28-May2, so I have time to prepare and fix a few things in my game that needs fixing.
After San Diego, I met up with a friend for a week’s vacation across California. We started our journey on a Sunday and drove north to Fresno,I have to say it was the most beautiful drive I’ve EVER been on. I never realized how beautiful the state of California was! We stayed in Fresno a few days, my friend David is a pilot for the Marines and is based there. I was able to go on base and see all the jets and behind the scenes stuff, it was so awesome!
We stayed there for a few days then drove to Monterey, for the most exciting day of my life! I was fortunate enough to get to play Pebble Beach! A small dream of mine was to get the chance to play that course and it exceeded my expectations! It was the first time in my life where I was so distracted on the course because of the views and beauty of the land.
After Pebble we drove to San Francisco and met up with one of my friends Kay Cockriell and her Husband, Danny. Danny works for the San Francisco Giants and gave us a tour of the entire stadium. I have been to many places but never have I seen a facility like they have there!
Saturday morning, we woke up and drove to Napa to do wine tasting. I have 2 recommendations, Kuleto Estate and Round Pond. Both were amazing in their own distinct way. Of the two, Kuleto was my favorite because it was on top of a mountain. You have to drive 2 miles up to get there and it is def. worth it going too. Napa is somewhere where I hope to go visit again.
Sunday morning we drove back to San Francisco to go over the Golden Gate bridge, Ghiradelli Square, and Alcatraz, which if you havent gone to you need to go to! It is an experience.
This was def. a trip of a lifetime but like all good things they come to an end and it was back home and back to the daily grind! I have been working very hard on my game the past 2 weeks and am counting the days until the next event.
If you have any questions whether it be about Keratin or golf please post your questions here and I will get back to you!