Year: 2017

Bangkok and back

From the Middle to Far East and back again, a tale of my trip to majestic Thailand.

It all kicked off mid-April when I decided to embark on the red eye flight from London Heathrow to Abu Dhabi. Fast forward past my arrival into Abu Dhabi international, a road trip down to Ras Al Khaimah and three rounds of 69,75,70 for a tied 29th finish, I am now back in the same terminal waiting for an Etihad flight to Thailand, I am excited.

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Jordan Shukran

I stand, deep breaths, hands shaking, I approach the ball with HRH the crown prince of Jordan watching on intently, Whack, I am away and to a Royal round of applause my second round of Jordan’s first ever professional golf event is underway.

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The Man in the Mirror so far

Wow I forget most of the time to reflect on where I have been, what I was like in the past, and what I have done to get to where I am now. So where am I now? I am playing through my first year as a professional golfer on the Mena (Middle East and North Africa) golf tour, and it has taken me to countries I always dreamed of going to and other locations I dream of never going back to.

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The Left Shoe Company

I am excited to announce that this year I will be the global ambassador for The Left Shoe Company. I have had the pleasure of knowing Christian Haugaard (managing director) for some years now after being introduced by the previous owner Mr Erkan Fere. Since I have come across this unique brand my perception of what a good shoe should be has changed beyond all measure. Not only do they specialise in style and craftsmanship, they are unique in using 3D technology to map your feet so that they truly deliver a tailor-made one of a kind shoe.

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My travels in 2016

While preparations are in full swing for the 2017 season, I have had some time to reflect on a busy end to last year. Golf has allowed me to visit places I would never have considered and yet I now look forward to returning to. This year will be no different as I compete in a minimum of 20 tournaments across 15 countries.

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