• 19.02.2017 19:58

    Flight booked, work almost over... and colonoscopy

    March fifth and my departure to Florida is getting closer. I will fly in to Fort Lauderdale and my wonderful younger brother told me that he will come all the way from Daytona to pick me up. I will then stay with him and his Swedish room mate for about two weeks. However, I still have a little over a week left of work. I will miss all the kids for sure, but I am of course very happy to be able to travel to a warmer place so that I can get he season started. I am so ready to see the ball fly towards a flag and hit them off actual grass. 

    I will miss work, as well as practice, tomorrow. During the last week I have basically been eating rice cakes, smoothies, bananas, chicken and fish. Today I've been eating soup and a smoothie, and tomorrow I will not be eating at all until after 15.00, because guess what... I have the great honor of doing a colonoscopy tomorrow afternoon. I am lucky though that I get to do it before going to the US, since my stomach hasn't been well in a long time. For those of you who don't know, I am suffering from an intestine disease, called ulcerative colitis. This disease makes me have to think twice about what I eat, and the tricky part is that I don't know for sure what does and doesn't work. I am taking medicin that helps neutralize my stomach, but it doesn't help quiet as well as I would hope it to. So hopefully I will get some answers and good hints on how to make things better.
    Over the past couple of weeks I have, amongst other things, met with my trainer/coach Martin Wiklund. It was good seeing him, and except for working some of the same swing details as last time, we also worked on chipping. At the end I was hitting them really well, so now I will be looking at improving consistency in the short shots. 
    In the beginning of February the whole family (except, of course, Marcus) gathered in Köping, where Rickard lives, to celebrate Rickard, Henric, and dad who all had their birthdays 7th and 4th of February respectively. It was a good few days and it is always great fun to see my brothers again. We also watched Rickard play an ice-hockey game, which they unforunately lost in overime. Rickard and his line, however, played really well and we got to see a goal from Rickard's club. I got to see Rickard and his girlfriend, Amanda, again yesterday when me, Ellinor and Eric met up with them for a game of bowling. I was completely superior, of course.
    And practice has obviously been a natural part of my everyday activities. I've been hitting mostly in Haninge Golfhall, where I've also been doing a lot of short putting practice. Last time I went there I set out to make 20 3-footers (90cm) in a row. I made it but decided to keep on going to see how far I could go. I ended up making 100 in a row before ending the exercise, my vision was almost double since I hit every putt with my full routine which I think is important for the exercise to be as effective as can be. 
    Yesterday, I hit outdoors at my girlfriend's home course driving range, and it was extremely slippery. The whole ground was covered in ice and frost and it was hard to keep the balance on point. It was a little fun though, even though it felt more like ice with some grass on it then the other way around. 
    I was trying to upload some pictures, but I guess I have to do that a little later since my new computer isn't really cooperating. However, you can always visit my instagram account or facebook if you want to see some visual updates. 
    Until next time!

  • 30.01.2017 20:57

    Countdown to Fort Myers, Florida has Started

    Things are starting to happen in small Sweden. First of all, I have created an Instagram account for golf posts exclusively. I figured it would be fun to mix the long texts on here with some videos and pictures from practice, tournaments and other events. If you want to get the full view of my golfing journey, or if you are curious how my swing is progressing, follow me at sundlof_golfprofessional.

    Moreover, me and Ellinor received news today that we would get to practice at a beautiful golf facility in Fort Myers during our stay there. I will not yet tell the name of the club yet since we still don't know all the details, but we are very lucky that they are willing to let us do our spring practice at their facility. Once I know for sure, I will let everyone know where we will be. I know have four more weeks of work here in Tullinge before I fly out. Ellinor will leave earlier, in about two weeks, and I will meet her in the beginning of March and caddy for her in her first Symetra Tour event 10-12 of March. I am really looking forward to the trip, and I can't wait to get back outside and start bombing balls down the fairways and making putts left and right. 

    I am also working on a sponsor package that I will offer to anyone who is interested this year. I haven't worked out the specifics yet, but I will host a very special format sponsor tournament. I am excited about what new connections and meetings this could lead to. 

    Stay in the loop, as the season is getting closer by the minute! 

  • 16.01.2017 19:37

    First Tournament Only a Few Days Away...

    ...Is what I would like the header to read. Unfortunately I will have to wait for a while longer for the season kick-off. There is not much to report about at this time. However, there are a few things that have happened in the last couple of weeks. 

    Shortly after new years eve I got a new flexibility and strength program from a physical trainer specializing in golf. It is meant to increase and balance my functional movement, strength and flexibility. It was revealed that my rotational movements came mostly from my hips since the flexibility of my shoulders, feet and calves is lacking. This puts extra pressure on my hips and could be a reason that they have been troubling me the past couple of years. Since I have tried many things focusing on the hips themselves, I am very excited about following a program that will increase my functional movement and flexibility in other body parts that could be the root to my problems. So far the exercises are going well and my hips have not been hurting since I started doing them. It is still too early to say if they actually are helping my hip, but either way I am sure that they will help my golf.

    Performing one of the new exercises

    Also, on the 11th of January I turned 25 and because of that we first had dinner in the city on the day of. It was me, my parents, my fiancée, and my grandma. It was a great restaurant called Kristall. Later on, in the weekend we had a little gettogether at our house with some family. I also got to see one of my very best friends who came to see me during the weekend, Erik. Even though golf is extremely fun, lets you travel the world, and is a great way to be close to nature, it does have its backsides. Since it takes up a lot of your time you don't have much of a social life. Most of the people I call friends are either in other countries or are themselves golfers (most of which live far away from where I live). Taking this into consideration you really have to take the chances you get to meet your friends, and I am very happy that Erik took time this weekend to come see me. We had a great time catching up, looking at old videos from highschool, and even going to one of Erik's favorite bands playing live in Stockholm. My fiancée also came with us to the live-band, though neither one of us could really appreciate it fully since it was not our kind of music. However, we did appreciate trying something different and the athmosphere which was amazing. 

    Five year old picture of me and Erik in our high school glory days.
    Had a great time watching these pictures.

    My fiancée has also come to visit me a lot since new years. I love when we get to spend time together, and in less than a month she is flying out to the US to prepare for her season on the Symetra Tour, so we have to take our chances to see each other too, even though I will see her some once I fly over to the US in March. She has recently created her own website where you can follow her everyday life as well as her career. She is a great golfer, and above all a great person, so go check her website out at It is very nice and I am a little jealous of it to be honest. 

    Inside practice last week

    Until next time!


  • 03.01.2017 22:03

    Happy New Year Everybody!

    Now 2016 has come to an end and a new year has begun. I hope 2017 will be a great year, however, the last month of 2016 was a very tough one for me and my family. On December 2nd, my mother lost her father, her mother lost her husband, and we sons lost our grandad. The last couple of weeks before he passed, we all spent very much time with him at the hospital. Most of the family was with him on the night of his passing. It was by far the hardest thing I have ever experienced so far in my life. The last year was very tough for my grandad and my grandma. It has contained multiple hospital visits every week to make different tests and controls. We hoped it would be able for him to regain his health, but his body was slowly shutting down and didn’t respond to the treatment. A little over a week ago, on December 21st, he had his funeral at the same church as I was baptized in. It was very pretty.

    My mother saying one last goodbye to her father

    My grandad has meant a lot to me and my family. He was a big family man, and he is the reason our family is so close. He has had a huge influence on all of us and he will be extremely missed. He actually played a big part in introducing me to the game of golf. I will always remember him, and he will never leave our hearts. Neither will his three golden rules that he always told me before every golf tournament: “Plan the hole, take one shot at a time, and look at the ball”.

    "Ett slag i taget" (one shot at a time)

    My golfing inspiration as a kid

    Celebrating grandad's birthday in 2015

    It has been tough to motivate myself sometimes in the past month, and I have felt like certain things have been more important. However, lately I have started to appreciate playing and practicing again. I actually played my last round of the year as late as December 31st. Me and Ellinor’s father Tomas then played Tjusta Golf Club, a course close to Arlanda airport that actually still was completely open with summer greens. Since it is unusually warm here right now, it was like a round of golf in early spring. I had some trouble with the short-game, but my long-game was really good, especially off the tee. I ended up the season with a round of 71, which I was more than happy with.

    Tee shot on hole nine at Tjusta Golf Club on December 31st

    A problem has come up though, that concerns my golf practice. I decided not to get a winter membership at an inside golfing facility this winter. Because I like to see the ball fly, I bought a range card at an outside driving range (Årsta Golf) that supposedly was open every day of the year, according to their website. And no one told me any different when I said that I was going to run my winter practice at their facility. There they have heating installed in a few booths, and the range is lighted. However, they closed the business before Christmas and won’t open again until the beginning of February if the conditions allow it. I was very disappointed to discover this as it messes up my plans for how I want to run my winter practice. So now I have contacted the indoor facility in Haninge where I practiced last winter. Hopefully I can work out a deal to practice there for the coming month.

    Me and my golfing brother Marcus (who is home for another four days before going back to his University in Daytona Beach) received a Christmas gift from our parents that I think will also lead me in the right direction when it comes to my golfing career. We have been to a sporting lab that has personnel specializing in golf, among other sports. Our instructor there is really knowledgeable in the movements and function of the body, and he has measured our flexibility in different directions, and what body parts the flexibility comes from. Doing this led me to increased knowledge on what I need to work on to keep my body balanced so that all body parts work together. If they don’t work together, some parts will have to do the work for some less flexible body parts, and that could lead to some body parts being overworked and injured. This is likely what has happened to my hip, since we discovered that my hip flexibility was very good, but I was less flexible in my calves and feet. Today I got a workout routine that will fix my flexibility deficiencies step by step. I am really excited about it!

    Finally, I would like to wish everybody a happy 2017! This will be a year full of adventures and new experiences. I am looking forward to meet and conquer them all. And keep your eyes open, I might have some exciting news in a few weeks.


  • 28.11.2016 20:39

    House Break-In, Hospital Visits, and Golf Of Course

    This past week has been one of the biggest rollercoasters so far in my life. Firstly, my much beloved granddad has not been doing well, and he has been assigned to hospital treatment. I have been there to visit him a few days this past week, and on Sunday we celebrated my mother's and her brother's birthday at the hospital. If there is one good thing to come out of this, it is that the communication on my mother's side of the family has become very frequent, and we usually see each other as many times in a year as we have last week. 

    To make things more "interesting", one day when I came home from the gym, I felt that it was pretty chilly on our bottom floor. I figured my parents had forgottem to shut a window, so I went into their bedroom to check. There I found that the corner window had been completely removed, and the room had been turned upside down by a burglar. It was a really uneasy feeling, knowing someone had been in your house (and possibly could still be). Three police officers came home to us that same night to gather information on the burglary, and the next day forensic investigators came to the crime scene, though without finding any leads. 

    The burglars left a real mess on my parents bed

    But like I said, it has been a rollercoaster week, and everything wasn't bad. I realized this week that I appreciated the little things more. For instance, my brother Rickard came home for about 24 hours together with his girlfriend Amanda. We sat on the couch in our livingroom together with our parents, just talking about everything and nothing. I really enjoyed that and felt happy being able to spend a night just talking and enjoying ourselves. Also, I've been to the driving range in Årsta a few times this week, and even to Botkyrka to practice wedges on Saturday when it was really "warm" (7 degrees Celsius). I find it very relaxing going out to hit balls, and it is a good way to clear my head after a day at work. The last two days the snow has come back in plenty, but it is still possible to hit balls in the heated booths. 

    The driving range in Årsta

    Finally, my week at work has been very good, and I really enjoy working there. The colleagues are great and the kids are awesome! Now, a new week has started, and tomorrow I will join my colleagues at a Christmas dinner after work. 

  • 20.11.2016 18:17

    The Warm Weather is Scaring the Snow Away

    Another week has flown by, which means Florida is one week closer. The week has been pretty much work every day followed by either hitting balls at the driving range at Årsta or a visit to Tullinge Gym. The golf swing is already pretty close to where I left it before my fall break from golf, and I have also seen a significant increase in my leg strength since then. Since this seems to be such a big contributor to the well-being and functioning of my hips, I have decided to work out my lower body at a proper gym more often and more regularly during next season then previous seasons. Me, Ellinor, and her father, Tomas, also watched an ice-hockey game with my favorite team - MoDo. They were playing the team that was dead last, but still managed to lose 6-3. It was fun to be live at an ice-hockey game again though.

    This weekend one of my brothers, Henric, was at home. It was great seeing him again and spending some time together. It was also fun, him usually refusing to play golf, that he wanted to go and play nine holes at our short course yesterday. It's been above freezing temperatures these last few days and the snow is almost completely gone. Dad also came with us, and so did mom but without playing. It was a good and chilly day in the sun. This was followed by an afternoon gym session. Today it was time to go back to work, and because the temperature has been almost 10 degrees Celsius, I was going to go to hit balls at the range after work, but I somehow managed to injure my knee at work just walking along the hallway. This is so annoying, but what can you do other than stay positive and do your best to rehab.

    I hope you all are doing good, and I want to send special wishes to my grandfather. We are thinking of you.

  • 17.11.2016 20:23

    Off Season Activities and Plans For the Spring

    Recently my golf free period came to an end. I will now be practicing at Årsta Golf after I finish at work. Årsta Golf have a lighted driving range and booths with heating where I will be standing most days since it's pretty cold right now. The golf free period has been very good for me, and I am really excited about picking up my clubs again and get to work again. 

    At the moment I am working a full-time job at a kindergarten five minutes away from my home. I will be working there throughout February, before going to Florida in early March. Working there is essential to be able to finance the next season, and it will give me a little cushion going in to the season of 2017. But I also really enjoy working with the kids. They are so down to earth, and it is extremely difficult, if not impossible, to be in a bad mood when leaving after a day at work. 

    In the past month I have been doing a lot of working out, focusing especially on legs since my time-to-time injured hips seem to function a lot better and hurt much less when I do heavy squats in particular. I have also been doing a lot of planning for next season, and I have a pretty good idea what it's going to look like. In short, I will spend about three months in the US, in Florida to be a little more specific, from the beginning of March until late May or early June. It will initially mostly be a practice camp, but I will keep my eyes open for some monday qualifiers in the surrounding areas. In May I will play the US Open qualifier. I don't know yet at what location. This trip I will do together with my fiancée, Ellinor, at least initially. In April she will start playing some tournaments on the Symetra Tour, and maybe I'll caddie for her since some of the opening tournaments are in Florida. After my trip in the US, I'll fly back home to Sweden to practice and play the regular season tournaments there. And in the fall, I'll fly back to the US to play the Tour qualifying tournament. So that is my rough plan as of right now. At the moment me and Ellinor are trying to find a golf club close to Fort Myers where we can practice and play and kind of use as a base during our time there. 

    I will try my best to post here about once a week even during off season, since that is too a big part of my life and my journey. So until next time!

  • 15.11.2016 22:13

    First English Blog Post and New Website Design

    Recently I have decided to make some changes to my website. Firstly, I have changed the design and made it look more alive since the old design looked a little lifeless. Secondly, I will from this moment only write in English on my website. This is an effort to involve more non-Swedish spoken people in my journey. This makes a lot of sense to me since I have many non-Swedish connections since my time in the US, and, furthermore, I am looking to return to the US as soon as the spring of 2017 to kick off the next season. I will stay in Florida from the beginning of March until late May or early June. My stay there will be highlighted by the US Open qualifier in May. I also plan to return to the US in the fall for the Tour qualifier. 

    I will write a new post about what is going on during off season in the days to come so keep your eyes open!

  • 04.10.2016 20:52

    Säsongsavslutningen något tidig - nytt fokus, nya mål

    Steg ett av Europatour kvalet i Portugal blev tyvärr säsongsavslutningen för min del år 2016. En tung avslutning på en kämpig men lärorik säsong. Så är det, inte bara i golf utan i all idrott, att ibland kommer ett mellanår, ett år där man letar och försöker men utan att riktigt hitta rätt. Visst kan jag blicka tillbaka på året och hitta vissa ljusglimtar och perioder då jag börjat hitta mitt spel. Tyvärr har dessa perioder ofta störts av att höften börjat krångla, något jag vill kunna undvika till kommande säsonger (och som blivit bättre de senaste veckorna).

    Nu börjar off season och till att börja med ligger fokus på att försöka skaffa en tjänst på förskola. Nu vill jag nämligen jobba hårt och mycket för att nästa säsong slippa tänka alltför mycket på ekonomin under tävlingsperioderna. Om jag dessutom kan få en fast tjänst i några månader får jag även ett schema att rätta mig efter istället för att, som jag gör idag, planera dag för dag beroende på när jag blir inringd. Att ha struktur är viktigt för mig. Kan jag inte planera långsiktigt blir jag inte så tidseffektiv, det är en av lärdomarna jag tar med mig från denna säsong. 

    Jag måste väl även lämna en liten rapport från själva kvalet, utöver att det gick mindre bra. Jag flög tillsammans med Fredrik Lindgren från Hallstaviks Golfklubb ner till Faro den 24:e september. Vi landade på förmiddagen och åkte de två timmarna till Montijo där vårt boende var. Frågan är om vi passerade mest bebodda eller övergivna hus på vägen från Faro. Huset där vi bodde var dock mycket trevligt. Det var en tidigare övergiven gård som ägarna rustat upp och där de hade getter, höns, hundar, hästar och en tupp som satte igång och gol varje morgon klockan 04.00. Efter att ha handlat och flyttat in i stugan åkte vi till banan Ribagolfe. Väl där undrade vi om vi verkligen kommit rätt. Hela området såg vildvuxet och övergivet ut och när vi äntligen kom fram till parkeringen förstod vi ingenting. Där var en halvt igenvuxen parkering som omringade ett "klubbhus" som mest liknade en byggbarack.

    Klubbhuset på Europatour kvalet steg 1

    Själva övningsområdet var ganska schysst egentligen, men skicket var under både mina och Fredriks förväntningar. Vi fick höra att skicket på banan skulle vara bättre så vi chippade lite och sedan åkte vi tillbaka till gården. Dagen efter körde vi vårt första inspelsvarv. Dock kom inte Europatourens representanter i tid så vi fick varken bollar på rangen före rundan eller en banguide. Skicket på banan var väl inte helt bedrövligt, men det var bland de sämre banor jag spelat skickmässigt under säsongen, vilket jag inte alls förberett mig på. Annars var det en bra, men tuff, layout. Banan var rätt lång, runt 6700 meter från backtee och väldigt smal med träd och buskage utanför bunkrar som ofta omgav fairways på drivelängd. Greenområdena var ganska mjuka och inte lika tuffa som resterande delar av banan. 

    Under kvällen kom Ellinor inflygandes till Lissabon, hon skulle hjälpa mig som caddie under tävlingsdagarna. Vi spelade ett till inspel nästa dag då Ellinor följde med och vi försökte spela banan så tävlingslikt som möjligt. Det kändes som en bra förberedelse och jag kände att jag gjort allt jag kunnat för att förbereda mig på bästa sätt. Tyvärr visade det sig inte i spelet dagen efter. Första sju hålen träffade jag bara två greener och kämpade bra för mina par. Hamnade i väldigt många greenbunkrar och slog många fina slag därifrån (det fina bunkerspelet fortsatte hela tävlingen). Efter allt kämp och slit hamnade jag i ytterligare en bunker på åttan, pluggad intill en vall som gav mig en riktigt svår stans. Efter en missad kortputt blev det dubbelbogey där. Helt otroligt nog fick jag ett nästan lika dåligt bunkerläge redan på hålet efter vilket gav en till dubbelbogey. Jag följde upp det med två raka birdies och tyckte att jag började hitta spelet lite, men sedan kom några missar här och där och varje gång jag missade så kostade det mig extremt mycket. Jag kom in på 81 slag efter att ha prickat den enda busken i spel på hål 18 och avslutat med en till dubbel. Dag två kändes spelet lite bättre men jag hade en fruktansvärt tuff start och var +5 efter fyra hål. Det var på den nivån att en av de två engelsmän jag spelade med på vårt tredje hål sa "at least we'll find it" efter att jag slagit en kanondrive. Då ska nämnas att han totalt noll gånger hjälpte mig att leta efter min boll när jag låg i skogen. Min andra medspelare var inte mycket bättre, men efter att Ellinor frågat honom om han skulle hjälpa till eller bara titta på fick jag lite tafatt hjälp från hans sida. Den liraren var en club pro vilket innebär att han var tränare på en golfklubb i England, helt otroligt att man kan vara så egoistisk och orespektfull då kan jag tycka... Hade inte Ellinor varit med hade jag förmodligen flippat ur och stressat upp mig så pass att jag inte kunnat avsluta varvet. 

    Mitt sista varv fungerade spelet inte bara bättre utan riktigt bra. Jag var redan ute ur leken vid det laget men jag ville avsluta säsongen på ett bra sätt oavsett. Efter nio hål var jag -2, bogeyfri och spelade mycket stabilt. På hål ett höll sig oturen framme och ett bra inspel rullade precis över green där det inte fanns något gräs utan bara torkad lera. Bollen rullade nerför det och la sig dikt an mot en trädstam fem meter bakom green, det enda trädet som fanns bakom greenen dessutom. Det slaget tyckte jag var ganska signifikativt för mitt kval. Jag fortsatte spela bra efter det hålet som slutade med en helt oförtjänt dubbelbogey. Jag följde upp det med en birdie och fortsatte spela bra enda fram till sista hålet där jag klämde i en dubbelbogey för att skjuta +1 sista varvet. Även fast det gick som det gick så måste jag säga att själva resan var trevlig, då framför allt med riktigt trevligt sällskap. Och Ellinor gjorde ett bra caddiejobb därnere, hon hade inte riktigt den lättaste arbetsuppgiften. Jag tror dock aldrig att jag sett henne så irriterad som jag såg henne efter det andra varvet. Hon tyckte också att mina medspelare uppfört sig riktigt illa. Tråkigt, men såna hamnar man med ibland. Det är bara att hoppas att de lär sig i framtiden. Själv ska jag lära mig hantera min tid bättre och hitta mitt strukturerade jag vilket är jaget jag trivs med.

    Jag lyckades i alla fall klappa en get medan jag var i Portugal!

  • 20.09.2016 17:20

    Åtta timmar i en bil, gånger två! Husvagnsliv

    De två sista tävlingarna före Europatour-kvalet är nu spelade. Jag börjar med att berätta om tävlingen i Bollnäs. Där fick jag med mig både mamma och pappa plus hockeyspelande brorsan Rickard som tagit en liten helgtripp från Köping. Vi hade riktigt trevligt och Rickard gick caddie bägge dagarna. Dock tyckte han att jag slog för dåliga slag första dagen och sa då att han kunde gå andra varvet också, men bara om jag slog bättre slag. "Som caddie måste man också kunna ställa lite krav", konstaterade han. Det verkar ha fungerat ganska bra. Efter första dagens 75 slag kom jag in andra varvet på 71, men det såg länge ut att bli bättre än så. Två riktigt tråkiga dubbelbogeys höjde scoren lite men sex birdies hann jag i alla fall med under varvet. 

    Och förra veckan åkte jag ner till Malmö tillsammans med Ellinor. Jag spelade Nordic Golf League på PGA National och Ellinor LET Access på Elisefarm 30 minuter längre bort. Vi bodde tillsammans i en husvagn på PGAs huvudkontor ca en kilometer från PGA National banan. Det var mycket strul inför resan ner med vart vi kunde ställa upp husvagnen, sedan när det väl var dags för avfärd insåg vi att en adapter behövdes för att husvagnen skulle kunna rulla bakom Ellinors bil. Ett snabbt inköp på avfärdsmorgonen och sedan bar det av. Resan ner tog 8(!) timmar. Vi spenderade praktiskt taget hela dagen i bilen och med att sätta upp husvagnen. 
    PGA National var en riktig kanonbana med fina träningsmöjligheter. Dessutom hade de nog de bästa greenerna jag spelat på på hela året. Banan i sig var väldigt öppen och kuperad, den spelades väldigt mycket som en linksbana. Jag var väldigt sugen på att tävla på en så bra bana som borde passa mig utmärkt. Första dagen startade kanonbra och efter fyra hål var jag -2. Allt eftersom rundan gick (den gick väldigt långsamt) började vi i bollen inse att vi inte skulle hinna runt innan mörkrets inbrott. Vi gick nämligen i sista boll och de första nio hålen tog tre timmar! När det äntligen började lätta med all väntan befann vi oss på hål 14 och vi hade då mindre än en timme på oss att hinna in. Jag blev stressad och tappade spelet de sista tre hålen då jag gick +3. De sista två hålen spelade vi i mörker. Dag två inleddes på bästa sätt med en birdie på första hålet. Spelet var stabilare denna dag och efter 15 hål hade jag fått i två birdies och en bogey, resten par. Jag var lite aggressiv mot pinnen på hål 16 och hamnade helt på fel sida vilket ledde till en trippelbogey. Efter det tappade jag stinget och gjorde två bogeys till på 17 och 18. Både jag och Ellinor missade cutten, men vi valde att stanna kvar en natt till och spela lite på deras andra bana nästa morgon innan vi for hem. Även det var en kanonfin bana med fina greener. Även fast resultaten uteblev i Malmö så tycker jag att i det stora hela var det en rolig och givande resa. 

    Denna vecka har jag jobbat på en förskola i Tullinge, lite omväxlande miljö innan jag åker till Portugal nu på lördag. Planen är att träffa Martin på torsdag för lite check på rangen och sedan köra lite spelträning. På fredag blir det att packa och ordna med eventuella inköp och annat inför resan. På lördag åker sedan jag och Fredrik Lindgren från Hallstavik ner till Ribagolfe i Portugal och på söndag kväll ansluter Ellinor som ska följa med och cadda. Det ska bli den stora höjdpunkten i min golf denna sommar! 

    Brorsan caddar i Bollnäs

    Utsikt över klubbhuset på PGA National

    Jag har även hunnit med att se brorsan spela två hockeymatcher, ett mål från hans klubba fick jag också se. Dessutom blev det två vinster.

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