Well what a lot of fun that was, turning up at home all the way from England to surprise Mum and Dad. Not sure how I kept that a secret but it sure worked, my Mum nearly hit the roof!

So over the last couple of weeks I have been quite busy catching up with everyone and getting a lot of good work done on my game. I  spent my first few days at my parents farm, where, thanks to dad giving  me a paddock, I can still get some good practice in, even with our  winter daylight hours try to stop me!

 But I just love it on the farm,  everything seems to move so slowly compared to the city!

Was great to get back to Melbourne and see The Jelleffs, and Munz (my homes away from home) and spend a bit of time with them!

I spent a couple of days with my grandparents at their beach house at St Leonard’s, and managed to catch a few whiting with my Pa.. mmmm!!

We had some great weather while I was back which was a bonus, and the courses seem to be in such good condition, both clubs that I play at, Sanctuary Lakes and Victoria Golf Club were awesome! Greens like lighting makes it so much more fun!

I was fortunate enough to attend an AimPoint clinic, which in a nut shell is a method of green reading working from the straight putts. I found it very informative and I’m excited to get more into it during competition. Very excited that my coach, Steven Giuliano, is the first in Australia to be a certified AimPoint instructor.

So now I’m on my way back to Europe to continue our season, which I am just itching to get back into things!   My first event is The UNIQA Ladies Golf Open in Austria.

Hope this finds you all well, and thanks for following!


Stace 🙂





  • Comment by Kathy Roberts — August 29, 2011 @ 12:14 am

    Welcome home Stacey!
    How long will you be in Melbourne before heading off again?
    Kathy Roberts

  • Comment by Stacey — September 9, 2011 @ 7:12 pm

    Hey Kathy!! Ill be home for Grad!! 🙂 I guess Ill c you there?? 🙂

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