Danny finishes 27th at the Dunhill Links and hopes to better that at the Madrid Masters.

All this in Danny's Diary exclusively by Shaun Custis of The Sun newspaper

 

Danny's Diary

I take a lot of heart from last week’s performance at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.


I did well last year finishing second and although I was never really challenging for victory this time I played nicely and feel much more positive about the run-in to the end of the season.

A bad start probably did it for me. I had a first round 73 which put me about seven behind the leaders and again I threw in a big number which has happened to me a few times this season.

It was just one bad shot but it meant I ran up an eight and It’s difficult to come back from there. But I was pleased with my response and the second day 65 was a better reflection of my game and a few putts were holed for a change.

My stats on the greens are still nothing to get excited about but I’m certainly rolling the ball better which is half the battle.
A top 30 finish and a cheque for 33,000 euros was a fairly good week’s work so now we move onto the Bankia Madrid Masters where hopefully I can build on my progress.


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