Hartman was happy with his round overall, especially the front nine. He did however encounter some trouble the second time he came across the sixth hole.
“It was a good front nine, [I] shot 37, went birdie, birdie to finish the front nine,” he explains. “It was going good until a misplayed shot on hole six, and it cost me three strokes, but I bounced back and birdied the last hole to shot 40, 77 overall.”
The driver played a key role in his success throughout the round as Hartman was able to avoid any major trouble.
“My driver was pretty good, [it] didn’t really get me into danger at all,” he says. “[My] approach shots were good. The only thing probably hurt me was my wedge shots a little bit.”
Even though he won his last two events, Hartman feels that he had a more complete effort this time out, compared to his previous round.
“I played a lot better, or I felt I did. Not scoring wise, but I just felt a bit more confident making better shots, and not costing anything more.” Hartman says.
Hartman’s next event will be provincials in Courtney that will tee off August 18.