Czech Professional Golf Player
I have lived in Kopřivnice ever since I was born in 1990. I lived through my childhood here and graduated from the basic as well as from the grammar school. My first steps in sports like tennis, ice-hockey or floorball are connected with this town.
Until 2004, golf had been rather an unknown phenomen for me as well as for my whole family. But by the twist of fate it has turned out to be sport no. 1 for me since then. When I began to play golf, I was comparatively older than the rest of my contemporary playmates.
Very soon the first achievements showed up, within just one year from the first encounter with golf club and golf ball. In 2005 I got listed on the 2nd overall position in Morava Cup and since 2006 I regularly took part in the league competitions for Prosper Golf Club Čeladná team.
In 2008, in continuation, I represented Prosper Golf Club Čeladná team in ladies premier league and consequently Golf Club Brno in teen championships.
I was classified on the 2nd position in the overall ranking of Czech Golf Amateur Tour in 2008. In 2009, Golf Club Brno – by the time my home base club – asked me to aid with proceeding from the 2nd to the premier league. And actually we achieved to get through to the premier league in 2011.
Both 2011 – last year in the junior category – and 2012 were particularly fruitful in my career. In 2012 I won the International Stroke Play Championship of Czech Republic in Slavkov and in the following year also the Match Play Championship of Czech Republic. Beside that I finished in the second place in the International Stroke Play Championship of Czech Republic. On top of it I took participation in the World Team Championship in 2012 and performed a substantial role as a member of the Czech selection team on the Academic World Championship.
In the beginning of 2013 I got succesfully graduated in my studies at Masaryk University in Brno, specialized in Sport Management.
In September 2013 I concluded my amateur status career and turned professional in PGA Czech as Playing Pro.