It’s no secret that the U.S. is on the cusp of the greatest golf course race in decades.
But a new study says we’re not far off from winning it, and it’s not going to be easy.
In the wake of the historic 2018 Memorial Championship in Richmond, Va., golf courses across the country have been planning and planning for the race.
While the event is being contested by the Memorial Championship, which features the best courses in the United States, there are still plenty of great courses in Southern California.
While the 2018 Memorial Championships was a success, many courses still have to worry about weather, bad weather and bad courses.
Here are some tips to help you prepare for this year’s race:Be ready to take the pressure offYou can’t go to the Memorial Championships without being prepared to play in the race, said Brian Karp, founder of Karp Golf Course and Course Development in Los Angeles.
Karp has been training courses to prepare for the Memorial Cup since 2009.
“The race is going to have a lot of pressure on you, and I think a lot can be attributed to that,” Karp said.
He said the main reason to prepare is to avoid injuries and maintain a level of golf.
“When you have a year where there’s no rain, you have to take care of your body,” Kars said.
“And we’re always on our best behavior.”
Be prepared to make mistakesYou’ll find many courses in southern California are prepared to get the job done, but some are also planning to take a risk on one of their courses.
A lot of courses are using the Memorial Tour to prepare.
If you’re playing the Memorial course on your own, you might find that a lot more time is spent on the golf course than on the Memorial Course itself.
“We’re always looking at the next opportunity to improve our course,” said Michael Lomax, the president of Lomaxis Golf Course in Los Angles.
“If there’s something we can add, or we can do, we’re doing it.”
The same goes for courses in Orange County.
In fact, courses like La Palma, in the area of the course that hosts the Memorial Tournament, are using their Memorial Tour.
If a course needs help, they’re looking to help.
“There’s a lot to learn, so if you’re thinking about it, it’s important to get to know your course before you go out and play it,” Lomacus said.
He said he’s always looking for opportunities to make changes and improvements.
Karp, for one, is not worried about any of that.
He knows how to put his course ahead of his golf course.
“We’re going to do our best to make sure our courses are prepared for this Memorial Tour, and our courses will be the best ones we can be,” he said.
If you’re interested in the 2018 tournament, you can check out the 2017 Memorial Championship results here.