Anderson continues journey to becoming a professional golferFargo, ND (WDAY TV) - Amy Anderson has played in high pressure events all over the world, from the US Open to the Curtis Cup in Scotland.
By: WDAY Staff Reports , WDAY
Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) - Amy Anderson has played in high pressure events all over the world, from the US Open to the Curtis Cup in Scotland.
So as she gets set to tee off tomorrow in the opening round of the final stage of LPGA Q-School it's just another step on her journey to professional golf.
This though has a definite different vibe, Q-school is a six day grind, where she knows she has to finish in the top 25 to realize her dream.
Amy Anderson: “I do love high pressure situations, I think I focus a little bit better, this is probably the most high pressure I've played in more rides on it back when you're a amateur you want to play well, work hard at it but this is something I do for a living and obviously I want to play on the LPGA than the Symetra Tour.”
The Symetra Tour is the equivalent of the Web.com Tour for the men, the event is played at LPGA International at Daytona Beach.