Rebecca Cox is ready for 2022
Rebecca Cox has been with Team Latitude 64 since 2018, and we are happy to announce that 2022 will be no different. Rebecca has been fine-tuning her form the last couple of seasons, and 2022 might very well be the year when everything comes together. If so, Rebecca Cox will be a force to be reckon with in top.
We are thrilled to have you on Team Latitude 64 for another year. How are you feeling?
“I am feeling great! This will be my 5th year representing Latitude 64 on the road. I’ve had a really productive off season and I am so thrilled for the 2022 season”, Rebecca says.
You have done a lot of work changing and fine-tuning your technique off the tee the last couple of seasons. Tell us a bit more how that process has been for you?
“I had the same form/run up since I was 8 years old. Changing the way I threw was very challenging at first. Mind you, I was throwing a lot further, but I didn’t have a clue where the disc was going half the time. With more and more practice, it started to feel more natural. I’m at a point now where I’m much more confident off the tee. I have a lot more power and I’m looking forward to seeing how it will improve my game.”
What are your plans and goals for 2022?
“I plan to play almost all of the DGPT and PDGA Majors. One of my biggest goals is to be a consistent competitor. I have put together some good rounds in the past, but the key is consistency.”
What’s your thoughts on the two new Royal molds Hope and Glory? Are any of them ending up in your bag?
“I have been loving the Royal line so far! The Glory has been a real gem. It feels like an 8-10 speed fairway driver that I can really put a lot of power behind. The plastic feels incredible too. It’s over-stable without being dumpy, and it feels good throwing both backhand and sidearm shots. The Hope is a reliable putter to throw in windier conditions, but I haven’t found a place for it in my bag yet.”
We are happy to you on Team Latitude 64, Rebecca!