So I've just spent a week in NYC. It is an absolute love-hate relationship. As someone who grew up in the German country-side I feel slightly claustrophobic in Manhattan, the rush makes me dizzy and once a day I have to escape to Central Park to breathe in some O2. On the flipside, I love to watch the diversity of people showing off their individuality, I absolutely adore Broadway shows, I get carried away shopping (shocker) and really fancy exploring innovative and alternative restaurants.

 

Hi Everyone!

I came up with the idea to start writing a fitness and nutrition blog every month. There is so much to being a professional athlete and I think sharing some of the insight that I gain by working with some of the best trainers and coaches in the world might be interesting and even prove to be helpful for you.



 

At the beginning of the year I decided to improve my putting, because I wasn’t very happy with it. It lacked consistency week in and week out.




 

Many people don’t realize that golf on a professional level is 90% mental. We all have more or less the same skill level, but the outcome depends on how strong our mind is.




 

I think it’s time to talk about practice. Everyone has their own unique methods and preferences, but I’m sure you will find something out of my repertoire that resonates with you.



 

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.



 

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.



 

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.




 

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




 

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.


 

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