The 33-year-old golfer received his card last year in the final match of the season, and although he was really certain this season after the last tournament, there was only a theoretical chance in Qatar that he would be eliminated from the tournament. Above 117. You will fall.
“I still think the congratulatory messages after the Alfred Dunhill tournament were a bit premature,” Huizing recalls of the past few weeks and especially the tournament in Scotland, where he played it safe with a higher seeding. “Things may not go your way in recent tournaments, so it’s important to stay sharp until the end.”
It worked, so Huizing can prepare for another season on the DP World Tour. He admits that this seems like a big challenge in the middle of the season.
“The start of the season was definitely good, although the results were not great. Then came that injury that caused me to miss a fair number of tournaments and withdraw. It was still a long search to find the cause of the complaints, but once it was found, it was “I could go on. This was followed by a few good weeks where I managed to finish in the top 10 in Germany and Denmark, but then I didn’t come out of the summer break very well. We worked hard and adjusted a number of things and then things started to go smoothly.”
Huizing is no secret about what those modifications are.
“I adjusted my grip on the ball and had a short session in Switzerland with another coach and also adjusted some little things in my shooting. It worked great, and I also made progress mentally. The result was good after that: we didn’t miss a single shot from Switzerland.” Onwards, and the best result in the end was that very important week in Scotland. I knew how important it was to get a result there, so I was also happy that the tournament (which was affected by rain, ed.) was finally over. It wasn’t the only points that mattered to me, but they were points Very important on my way to keep my card.’
The tournament in Qatar ended the season of the Dutch No. 2, who did not get a starting ticket for the tournaments in South Africa and Dubai as No. 100.
“At the beginning of the season, I was in the top 50 and winning was my goal. I couldn’t do it, but considering what happened this year, I’m still satisfied with the final result. Until the last tournament, I had the opportunity to get into the top 70 and was competing On winning. And obviously I’ve taken steps again by not only getting results but also by pushing the bottom line up again. Now it’s time for a little break, we really deserve it, but we’ll be back to work soon. Before you know it, The new season will start again. I will make sure I am ready.
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