Thursday, December 03, 2009

Jordan Findlay wants to stay competitive until

2010 Euro Tour School

Fraserburgh's Jordan Findlay, the former British boys' champion who actually played in back-to-back finals of the championship, has been speaking to following his first victory on the highly-competitive (17 members with 'plus' handicaps) North-east Golfers' Alliance circuit at Buckpool on Wednesday.

"I played a solid round at Buckpool (for a five-under-par 65). It's always nice to get a win.
"As you know I went to the European Tour and Alps Tour qualifying this year. Both events were a great experience and a learning curve for me," said Jordan who has +2 of a handicap.
"I was particularly disappointed that I missed out on a category for the Alps Tour by just one shot. However, I know the experience gained this year will stand me in good stead for next time around.
"Regarding next year, as of now I'm trying to keep as competitive as possible and improve my game for the season ahead. I have been spending a lot of time down at Largs and on the range in Fraserburgh. My main focus in 2010 will be the European Tour School.
"I will not be entering the Asian Tour Qualifying School (which is coming up shortly) as the costs are too high without outside financial support."
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