Ludvig Aberg on the new chapter of life: This is beyond my dreams

"I'm not sure I'm ever going to be able to put that into words."

by Sead Dedovic
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Ludvig Aberg on the new chapter of life: This is beyond my dreams
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Ludvig Åberg experienced a dizzying rise in his career in the last six months. The fact that he became a pro only in June of this year, and already after a few months played at the Ryder Cup, speaks volumes for how talented he is.

Although many doubted him, the victory at the RSM Classic showed that nothing was a coincidence. Aberg seems to have a problem getting used to the new chapter in his life. However, his mentality is really something special, and surely even greater things await him.

“I still pinch myself in the morning when I wake up to kind of realize that this is what I do for a job. It's been so much fun,” -Ludvig Aberg said, as quoted by golfmonthly.com. “These experiences that I've had over the last six months has been beyond my dreams and I'll never forget it”.

Without the support of those closest to him, none of this would be possible. Aberg is grateful to everyone who has been with him since the first day of his career. "I'm not sure I'm ever going to be able to put that into words.

You know, there's a lot of people I want to thank that are close to me. It wouldn't have been possible without them”.

Ludvig Aberg praises Peter Hanson

When you are building your career, it is necessary to have someone who will guide you in the right direction.

Aberg can be happy that Peter Hanson played such a role in his career. His countryman was of great help to Aberg when it was most difficult. With his experience, he helped Ludvig to become the best version of himself and go on the greatest expeditions.

“He's been there, he's done that, he's won big events and played in Ryder Cups. I think just his demeanor and small little things here and there that he can teach me. I try to do as much as he says. If he tells me something, I'll try to do that. He's a great mentor”.

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