I would like to share an amazing experience I had last week with you guys. But first, let me start somewhere else, because this goes way back.




 

How many times have you heard to stay in the present? To enjoy the moment, to live now, to have fun, not to worry… A million times right? But what does that actually mean? I was on a journey to find out for myself.



 

Yes, we have an amazing job. And most people would love to trade jobs with us. But the truth is that we have just as many ups and downs as professional golfers as anyone else working. Of course we are grateful — unbelievably grateful — for what we do, but not many people talk about the side of golf that you don’t see on TV.


 

This is a topic that has been on my mind for a long time. And I am not talking about clothing here, but about creating a world-class event, in which the best women and men compete together.



 

A couple of people expressed interest in getting to know the relationship between a player and a caddie. It is a bit of a gray area in golf and not much has been written about it. The reason is that it varies so much from player to player – simply, it is very individual. All I can offer is my interpretation and insight into a successful partnership.


 

I often find myself thinking about the game of golf and its rules. And I would definitely change a few of them.




 

During a recent interview for the Czech Golf Vacation Magazine, I was asked for my top 10 courses in the world. Sorry, if I borrow this idea for my blog, but I thought it was a really nice question.



 

My name is Sandra Gal and I will be giving you glimpses this year into my unconventional, colorful and very privileged life being a professional golfer on the LPGA Tour.




 

Have you heard of the law of resonance? It basically means that the same vibrational frequencies and energies attract each other – it could be people, places, moods, conversations and sometimes even golf balls.



 

From counting down a year to less than a week away – the Solheim Cup is approaching fast. And it is on my home turf in Germany!




 

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