Andrew 'Beef' Johnston is coming back to the big stage soon!

"I've started a new programme where I am doing a lot more mobility in the gym"


by SEAD DEDOVIC

Andrew 'Beef' Johnston is coming back to the big stage soon!
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Andrew 'Beef' Johnston is a golfer who has amazed us year after year. However, it's been two years since he hasn't been on the golf course. The reason is the hand injury and the surgery he had. Johnston had hoped for an earlier return, but apparently he was not lucky enough to return.

However, fans of this golfer can be happy, considering that we will soon see him on the DP World Tour in South Africa, which starts at the end of November. Johnston is more excited than ever. It's clear that he wanted to be a part of the golf scene, and is eager to show off the splendor of his talent.


"I can't wait. Since I've been back from the Ryder Cup I've been practising hitting balls and the hands getting better all the time. I've started a new programme where I am doing a lot more mobility in the gym. A lot more stretching and hopefully I can find the balance were I become more flexible and don't become injured again."- Andrew 'Beef' Johnston said, as quoted by golfmonthly.com!

Andrew 'Beef' Johnston and Ryder Cup

This year's Ryder Cup showed the power of the European team. Unfortunately, Johnston could not be there, nor help his team. However, the motive that drives him is the fact that in two years he could be part of the team.

To win such a competition and be in the company of the best European golfers is the dream of every player, including Johnstone. "Injury has kept me away from the game for much of the last two years and nothing has provided me with as much motivation to get back and be better than ever than the week at Marco Simone.

It blew my mind and I’m going to give it everything to ensure I’m part of the next European team. I’ve got a lot of fire in me to make that Ryder Cup team and I’m setting myself high targets. People ask if I want to win tournaments, play on the PGA Tour and play or win Majors ­– of course, I do, but the way I look at it is that if I’ve made a Ryder Cup team then a lot of those other things should have fallen into place."