Gavin Green​ aims to tighten consistency and short game after rough start to European Tour​ season

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Gavin Green will use the next few weeks to work on his consistency and short game following a disappointing Middle Eastern Swing on the European Tour.

In three starts, the Malaysia No 1 registered two missed cuts (Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship and Saudi International ) and a 72nd place finish (Omega Dubai Desert Classic). Apart from some swing issues, Gavin also had to use a back-up putter when his was damaged beyond repair in transit.

“The last three weeks in Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Saudi were not really what I had hoped for, to start the season off. Two missed cuts and a 72nd position isn’t fun and it was certainly far from my best performance. I wish the results were better, but it’s OK. It just shows how important it is to be consistent,” Gavon posted on social media

“Over the next couple of weeks when I get home, I’ll be working harder on my swing to get it more consistent, to strengthen my short game and my putting – my favourite putter suffered an untimely demise 10 days ago 😢. Gonna take the next couple of weeks to tighten my game and I’ll be back, stronger and better!”

The next event for Gavin will be the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters at Education City Golf Club in Doha on March 11-14 in what is his fourth successive season on the European Tour.

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