Alena Sharp’s career in women’s golf

Alena Sharp’s career in women’s golf

Alena Sharp is a professional golfer. She originates from Hamilton, Ontario, Canada and she began golfing at the age of 10. She joined the women’s golf team at the New Mexico State University. She became a professional player in 2003, when she played two seasons of the Future Tour along with other minor tours, before she has joined the LPGA Tour in 2005.

She has risen quite quickly in the women’s professional standings. Most women take 5 to 10 years to get to where she is presently. She has are 9 professional tours, one of them being the Symetra Tour. She is currently 35 in the standings and she doesn't want to quit she is still going strong.

Alena states, “Everyone has their own learning curve out there. I've always done better every year, so I've just got to keep working hard on my game and I know it will happen. Some people come out there and have success right away. I know I'm not that type of person. Not to say that I won't win next year, but I needed to have a good year like this past year to move on.”

She says a turning point in her golf career came after attending a golf camp put on by teachers Pia Nilsson and Lynn Marriot. She says she learned a lot about herself and realized how she acted on the golf course was affecting her play.

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