Greg Byrne's Wildcat Wednesday
On the Tee with Ale: Entry #2
By: Arizona Athletics
Release: February 16, 2011
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Feb. 16, 2011

Throughout the Arizona Wildcat women's golf season, senior Alejandra Llaneza will keep a weekly blog about life and golf in the Pac-10. Check back for more updates from Ale!

Hello Wildcat Fans!

Not much has happened since our home tournament last week. We had a chance to catch up on school and re-focus for our next event, which we leave for a week from Saturday. We are playing at the Bruins/Waves Invitational at Robinson Ranch Golf Club in L.A. We had the chance to play that tournament last year which allows us to be able to know what to work on for the next 10 days at practice. The course requires a lot of accuracy, and good wedge shots which we have been working on and will continue to work on at practice. We will start qualifying again this week, in order to stay competitive and make sure we are in good shape for the course in L.A. It is good to play 18 holes at practice because that way we can get in more of a rhythm and find out what to practice on the driving range and putting green. It is also fun to play games within the team because for a little bit we stop being teammates and become opponents or sometimes split the team into two, which can be a lot of fun and challenging at the same time. We have a great time competing with each other and love to help one another get better. That's all for today, see you next week!

Para nuestros seguidores que hablan español, les agradezco su apoyo. Nos pueden seguir dentro de aproximadamente 10 días en En estos días nos estaremos preparando para el campo de Los Ángeles que presenta un reto porque es angosto y los greens no son muy grandes, es decir que la precisión va a ser clave para poder lograr un buen resultado. También es un campo que requiere buena condición física, y como nuestro último torneo jugamos en "carrito" ahora tenemos que prepararnos y practicar jugando a pie para poder llegar listas físicamente. Eso es todo por hoy, ¡nos vemos la próxima semana!