Andy Sullivan: “I feel like the game is good”

Andy Sullivan said he has been working on his short game and is feeling quite confident ahead of the inaugural Cazoo Classic despite an admitted lack of form over the past couple of weeks.

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“I feel like the game is good. I’ve been playing nicely without doing anything special just not being getting up and down around the greens enough in honesty. Short game has been letting me down, just absolutely zapping momentum halfway through rounds. I’ve been going along nicely, not getting up and down and you know come back a couple of shots or a shot and it’s like just completely zaps all momentum in the round so I’ve been doing a bit of work the last couple of weeks on that trying to you know get that tighter but the game feels in good shape. We’re all out here to be competitive, aren’t we, and when you’re not it is frustrating and there’s no hiding that and I’m not going to stand here and go I’m really happy I finished 50th the last two weeks because I’m not I’m fuming with it. I want to be at the top end of the leaderboard, it’s not nice going into Sunday’s and not really got much to play for so I’ll try and rectify that this week and make sure the short game is tight.. Loving the greens this week, the greens are really quick which is a lot more my alley so without having too much form coming in here I’m actually feeling quite confident my game”.

Solheim Cup organizers and BMW announced the creation of the BMW Celebrity Match during the week of the 2021 Solheim Cup, which will take place at Inverness Club from August 31 – September 6 in Toledo, Ohio. The celebrity match will be held on Thursday, September 2 at 2 p.m. at Inverness Club, with celebrities and players battling for the inaugural crown.

“We are excited to be able to bring the BMW Celebrity Match at the Solheim Cup to life during event week,” said Solheim Cup tournament director Becky Newell. “The match was designed with fans in mind as a way to elevate the experience for those attending the Solheim Cup, and we’re looking forward to watching these players try their hand at Inverness Club as a kickoff to one of women’s golf’s most distinguished team events.”

The celebrity match will have two teams teeing off No. 10 in a scramble format. Three-time U.S. Solheim Cup team captain and 31-time LPGA Tour winner, Juli Inkster, and six-time U.S. Team member and major champion Morgan Pressel are among the participants, as well as Radio Hall of Fame host and former NFL defensive lineman, Mike Golic. 

One of the teams will also be captained by none other than multi-Platinum selling and three-time GRAMMY Award-winning country artist, Darius Rucker. 

“The Solheim Cup is a prestigious event that I always enjoy watching as a fan of great golf,” said Rucker. “I’m honored to be on the same course as these talented players and can’t wait for some friendly competition in the celebrity match!”.