American Berry Henson, our Black Mountain sponsored player, will be looking to end a four-year title drought on the Asian Tour when he tees off at the inaugural Bashundhara Bangladesh Open. An excited Henson, who is visiting Bangladesh for the first time, believes it will be a week to remember as he pens his thoughts in his blog from Dhaka.
By Berry Henson
“It is my first time here so I’m excited to be here. It is going to be a great event. It is always nice to visit a new country. People here are excited that the Asian Tour is in town. There is a lot of excitement surrounding this tournament. A lot of the players are excited to perform.
I got a lot of work to do in the next two days because I haven’t had much practice. I’ve been fighting to recover from a stomach bug. I’m trying to get as much knowledge as I can on the golf course. I enjoy going to different places and I usually play well when I’m in a new place or country.
I have no expectations and sometimes that’s good for a golfer. The weather is going to be fine. I live in Thailand so I’m used to the heat. This weather is perfect. If it stays like this all week, it will be easier for me.”
Berry is currently at tied 20th place after round one.