LM Golf School athlete Amy Wang did not get off to a good start at the Ororo Canadian Womens PGA Championship at Kingsville Golf & Country Club

Jul 6, 2023 | news

Amy, “the little girl”, as she is called by her Coach Luiz, is participating for the second time in the Ororo Canadian Womens PGA Championship, the most important event in Canada for professional women, but the competition did not start well with a score of 85 strokes this Tuesday, on the course of Kingsville Golf & Country Club, which is led by Canadian Alena Sharp, with a sensational card with 66 shots, 6 under par.

Little Amy, who traveled to the Championship with her parents Willy and Linda (true supporters), counted 41 puts in the first 18 holes, three bad drives (two were unplayable) that were on holes 2 and 15, and registered three double bogeys, and spotted all his work on the greens, with five three-putt greens.

“I don’t know what happened to my putter. I couldn’t hole out a putter the entire game. I missed some drives that I didn’t expect as it’s a shot that I have a lot of confidence in. I’ll see if I can fix this now later on the putting green and driving range with my coach. I hope I can improve on tomorrow’s result.” Says little Amy.

Amy has her departure scheduled for 7:40 am local time this Wednesday, and hopes to be able to correct her problems in order to overcome difficulties on the field, improve the result and climb the rankings.

Karina Akhkamova
Press Coordinator