English golfer Paul Casey might never have visited Halifax in his life, however, according to the rumors that he has been hearing of late, the people of the region will have a lot to live up to, to be able to fulfill the expectations of the Englishman. According to the golfer on the PGA Tour circuit, he has heard lots of wonderful things about the place, adding that if they didn’t end up getting hospitality of the highest level, they would be very disappointed in the end.
Casey is currently participating in the RBC Canadian Open at the Hamilton Golf and Country Clun, from where he agreed to do a phone interview with Metro. Casey has agreed to take part in the TELUS World Skins game, alongside the likes of Stephen Ames of Canada, Lucas Glover, as well as Carl Peterson at the Glen Arbour Golf Course in the Hammonds Plains on Monday and Tuesday, the 30th and 31st of July.
And Paul Casey, who will be participating in only his second Skins games, has stated that he is really looking forward to being on the course and just have fun smashing the golf ball all over the expansive course. Having suffered from a dislocated shoulder last December, the Englishman returned to the course only a few months back but he has not had the best of times after his return, having missed 5 cuts in 6 attempts.
However, he is not letting the lack of success worry him and according to the English gentleman, although it has been frustrating at times, he is still excited about what’s in store for the future, adding that he has faith in his abilities.
And Paul Casey is also looking forward to the good, fashioned English banter on the course at Halifax as he indulges in the fun and games.