Australian Ladies Professional Golf
Webb wisdom for elite amateurs
Date: 5th February 2014
By: Golf Queensland
Karrie Webb with juniors
L to R: Rebecca Kay, Karrie Webb, Hyunsik Kong and Chris Park

Eight-time Ladies Masters winner and four-time Women's Australian Open champion, Karrie Webb took time out of her day today to talk with four Queensland Junior State Team members about life on tour, the transition to the professional ranks, her practice routines and more.

Amy Walsh, Rebecca Kay, Hyunsik Kong and Chris Park had the opportunity to ask questions and receive invaluable advice from the seven-time major champion.

When asked what her best piece of advice would be for an elite amateur looking to take the next step, Webb said it was a hard time to determine whether playing professionally is the right thing to do.

"Goal setting is often an overlooked part of golf. Make sure you set goals and stay on top of them and create a process to achieve them," she said

"You have to love the game. I still put in the hard work and have been putting in the work since I was about 11 years old.

"I know that if I don't put in the hard work and practice, that I'm not going to be good enough to keep competing."

ALPG and LPGA Tour member, Webb is currently on the Gold Coast in preparation for the Volvik RACV Ladies Masters tournament, which starts at RACV Royal Pines Resort on Thursday.

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