Staying with the positives


  • Golf
  • Sunday, 12 Jul 2020

AS this year has been completely unpredictable, one thing I have maintained throughout, is to stay focused – keeping the right perspective.

With the upcoming LPGA tournaments set to start at the end of July, I am getting ready to embark on my 2020 season and have done a lot of work.

As you can imagine, I am excited to start playing competitive golf again in a few weeks time, but it will not be without a few, new important friendships that I have gained during my time off.

I have been fortunate enough to spend my last few months doing something that I am really passionate about – coaching.

I have found a new appreciation in building friendships with some young, junior golfers and seeing the passion and desire they have to play the great game of golf, is something quite special.

These students have given me so much joy and fun in playing golf, and I feel I am so blessed to get to spend some of my time with them.

The nice thing about it, is that much as they are grateful to have me working with them, it has been amazing for me to see them grow over such a short period of time.

During the past four months I have met so many great people and got to play some good golf. I will be in the field at our first LPGA Tour event that will staged be in Ohio – the Drive On Championship, which is in the last week of July and will be followed by the Marathon Classic the next week.

I am looking forward to represent Malaysia on the LPGA Tour again and hope to finish the 2020 season on a high.

As every day brings something new, I have chosen to see the positive in each situation. And even with all the unknowns that still are ahead, I believe I will have my newly-found friends cheering me on every step of the way. To those who have been with me for some time and continue to lend their support, I say ‘thank you’ too.

I am happy with where my game is right now and hopeful that it can translate into some good form in the tournaments.

I feel ready for the challenges ahead and I’m looking forward

to them.

I tell my students, nothing comes easy and I encourage them to learn from their experiences. This, in fact, is something I practice myself.

If you put in the hard work and believe in yourself, the impossible will be possible. #driveon

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