It has been a wonderful week.
We have been so proud to see 18-year old Angel Yin who we have helped with her putting for 5 years, compete in the Solheim Cup.
Yesterday she ensured the US would retain the Solheim Cup by holing a putt for par on the 18th hole, securing a vital half point against Europe’s experienced Karine Icher (who we have also had the pleasure of assisting with her putting).
Angel is naturally extremely talented and hits the ball a long way, a very long way. She was reported to have smashed several drives more than 300 yards during the Solheim Cup.
However, just for the record, she is also ranked 15th in the Putting Average statistic in her rookie year on the LPGA, applying our putting research and fundamentals to her game on the greens.
From winning the Annika Invitational a number of years ago, to securing her LPGA card this year, it has been an amazing journey for Angel, and a pleasure for us to see her progress.
We look forward to Angel building on the experience of this week, and continuing to excel, with many championships ahead of her. This is just the start of her journey….you should watch her.
Frank & Valerie
It must feel good when you put a plan into action and it comes up trumps. I watched some of the tournament on cable Down Under. It is so much easier for (male) amateurs to relate to the game of female pros. Their rhythm, swing speeds and general demeanour set a good example to everyone who plays the game.
I think Angel hasxa GORGEOUS dwing and she doesn’t come out of her shoe to drive it past Lexi. WONDERFUL!