Meet Alison Curdt
Perspective is one of the most important things in the life of a golfer player. Alison Curdt was one of those who lost it. She lost everything in 2006. She said that at that time everything in materialistic way has been taken from her. Her condominium burst into flames just an hour the Californian golf instructor left. All of her possessions were destroyed. There was no anything that could prove that Alison Curdt is a golfer. Curdt had to ask help from the local community and the Red Cross.
After graduation, Curdt moved to California. She was still in the process of deciding what she wants to do in her life. Before the fire, she lost her desire for golf. It wasn’t even fun for her anymore. Eventually, Curdt was forced to go back home and live with her parents. Then, she realized how life can be changed in just one day, so she changed her outlook on the course and off it.
Curdt decided that golf is something she love. She wanted to play it and it makes her happy. After a few months, she returned to Los Angeles. Curdt became an LPGA Class A professional and in 2007 she joined at the Sherwood Country Club. Also, she was continuing her education in clinical psychology. Her university is Pepperdine University. Later, she became a family and marriage therapist.
Curdt will test her game at the second major LPGA event in this year, at the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship. She qualified with a T3 finish. She did this on the Club Professional National Championship and the LPGA Teaching last year.