Oct 31, 2019
Today’s guest on the show is the 1991 winner of the Women’s British Open Penny Grice Whittaker.
Penny takes us through her early years, the great influence of her father in helping her game and the development all the way through to winning a Major Championship
We discuss how a single conversation with her sister changed EVERYTHING
How that conversation made such a difference
This is the power that the right words said in the right way at the right time can have over our lives
We talk about the early days on tour and the influence of such legends of the womens game such as Laura Davies and Alison Nicholas.
We also look back on the influence of the great Vivien Saunders and how she looked at the game of golf which was so far ahead of its time.
The early years on tour, the ups and the downs.
Penny has a very engaging story that will resonate with ALL golfers.
It is an honest assessment of what is needed to make yourself the best player you can be.
We look at the challenges that confronted Penny balancing golf with bringing up a young family
How, when and why she decided to retire from the game.
The long break and then the decision to start playing again
The incredible first game back
The reconnection with the game itself
The joy of the social aspect and having the gratitude to be able to play again
Penny is a great example of a woman facing a lot of challenges early on and then coming good in her dream of playing professional golf
I am sure you will find it both entertaining and informative
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