Nigeria’s teenage golf sensation, Georgia Oboh is picking positives from her outing at the 2019 South African Women’s Masters, with a view that she will build on the experience she gained at San Lameer Country Club.
Though Oboh, who clocked 18 this week, had a poor start on Day1 of the event, as she could not go beyond 80 points and was placed 40th among 67 players, she insists it was a good learning curve for her.
This came few days after she narrowly missed out from the final cut by four shots in the final round of Dimension Data Ladies Prom-Am, which was won by Nobuhle Dlamini of Swaziland.
However, while admitting she had a poor start at the Women’s Masters, Oboh insists she will build upon the exposure and experience, then try to do better in future.
“It was indeed a tough start for me (but) I believe I was able to overcome the slow start to end in joint top 40; amidst the array of stars competing in the tournament.
“It has been a good learning curve for me in South Africa as I hope to pick more experience and also learn from the top players competing in most of these top-class competitions on the Sunshine Ladies Tour,” Oboh said.