Tiger Woods – he’s back, after a 3 year drought on the PGA tour. Woods’ 72nd PGA Tour victory came at the 2012 Arnold Palmer Invitational.
Win #72 was amazingly Tiger Woods first PGA Tour victory since 2009. How will he fare at the upcoming Masters?
“ It does feel good. It feels really good. It’s been a lot of hard work. So thankful for a lot of people helping me out along the way. It’s been tough. Today was unbelievable. It was just a great atmosphere all around all week. Yeah, I am excited, no doubt.
It’s always fun to get there [Masters] and it’s always fun to play it. I’m looking forward to the momentum I’ve built here and the things I’ve worked on my game. They are all coming together at the right time.” – Tiger Woods
For Tiger Woods to win another major PGA golf tournament it appears he will have to focus and relax, especially before putting. The key word being Relax, to trust in your magnificence.
It would help immensely as well to talk like a champion rather than the negative self-programming in his post match British Open interview.
After Louis Oosthuizen destroyed the field at the 2010 British Open, Tiger Woods was quoted as saying “ If I got something going, I would somehow find a way to stop the momentum … that’s just the way it goes. I’m not going to win all of them. I’ve lost a lot more than I’ve won.” – Tiger Woods
That’s not the Talk of a Champion.
” Trust is a Must or your game is a Bust.” – Bill Becks
By remaining totally focused and relaxed before every shot, Louis Oosthuizen has vaulted himself mentally and emotionally to the top of the golfing world.
His physical game came along for the ride, much to the joy of Dr. Karl Morris.