Ludvig Aberg: I've had the time of my life. I wouldn't want to change it



by SEAD DEDOVIC

Ludvig Aberg: I've had the time of my life. I wouldn't want to change it
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Ludvig Aberg's life has magically changed in the last few months. The young Swede turned pro in June this year, and just a few months later he received an invitation to play at the Ryder Cup for the European team. Only the best can play there, and Aberg obviously deserved his place in the team.

Finishing in a tie for 13th at the Shriners Children's Open in Las Vegas is another confirmation of his talent. Judging by his statements, Aberg is very excited. Things are going great for him, and this young golfer wants this moment to last for a long time.

“I can't wait. It's been unbelievable,” Aberg said, as quoted by golfmonthly.com! “I've had the time of my life. I wouldn't want to change it for anything. But I am a little bit tired”.

Ludvig Aberg

Many of his colleagues decided to rest after a busy schedule and the Ryder Cup.

Ludvig Aberg seems tireless. The Swede wants to show the whole world what he is capable of. He is aware that in this period of his career, it is very important to continue to play, prove himself, and pave the way for success.

We have no doubt that in a few years, Aberg will be one of the best. It is only necessary that he remains focused.
Just coming out of PGA Tour U, they gave me the opportunity to play, and I'm trying to take advantage of that,” he said.

“I'm trying to play as much as I can, trying to enjoy it, trying to embrace it, and trying to improve my status for next year. That's all I'm trying to do”. Although a few were skeptical when Luke Donald decided to give Aberg a chance, the young golfer proved to be impressive indeed. It will be interesting to follow his development.

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