Young golfer Leonie Sinhuber will start with Anna Neumayer and Nora Seidl for Austria at the Junior World Championships for Girls in Markham (CAN) on Wednesday.
Strataging / Markham. Sinnhuber wants to underline his strong form and get a strong result for himself and Team Austria.
17-year-old Leonie Sinhuber is traveling Canada with great confidence, only to receive a scholarship to the famed Barry University in Miami in September: “I’m starting my studies next year, that’s why this tournament is my So important to me. I can’t compete in events like this anymore during my time at university.”
So the U18 national champion wants to make the most of it when she represents her country. “Fun and pleasure are in the foreground, but I want to put in a top performance. Of course it depends on the difficulty of the course, but I don’t want to be over 80 after a lap,” says Sinhuber, setting the route .
Trainer available via video call only
Before Stratzinger is out in the first round of four on Wednesday, he and coach Thomas Hofstadter, who can only help out via video call this time, will play two more practice rounds and watch the course closely. “Of course I’d like to be there, but unfortunately this time I have to help from home via FaceTime. But we’ll manage that,” Hofstadter says.
Since a mediocre performance at the last tournament in Italy in early September, Lower Austria’s focus has been on making amends: “We worked a lot on the long game and improved things that didn’t work well in Italy. was.” So nothing stands in the way of the World Championships in Canada.
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