Sunday, July 19, 2015

Barbasol Championship Wrap-Up

I am disappointed with my performance at the PGA Tour's Barbasol Championship this past week in Opelika, Alabama. As good as my game felt going into the week, I expected to contend in the tournament. Instead, rounds of 70 and 73 sent me home early. I was in the right place mentally and felt completely comfortable on the course, and I honestly don't feel badly about the way I played, but I definitely am not happy with the scores I posted or the final results. My putter cost me a lot of shots in the opening round, and in round two, I hit a few erratic drives at meaningful times and could never get anything going. It didn't feel like anything was so far off that I should have missed the cut, but no matter how well I executed, it seemed that everything was just a tiny bit off this past week. It all has me feeling very disappointed about my time in Alabama, but I am not discouraged in the least moving forward. 

I know that I always need to be improving, and this past week enforced that, but I still feel like I am ready to tee it up and win on any tour right now. With that said, I am very thankful to have a week off and to spend some much-needed time at home. I will rest and recharge while also putting in some great work on my game. I will be ready to compete for wins when I hit the road for another stretch on the Web.com Tour next Monday. 

My work has continued to be good. I actually gave myself the weekend off from practice and used my "no practice requirements" week that is built into my Process Goals this past week. I did grind out a Light Fitness Routine and am more than on track to complete all of my Process Goals for this segment. I'm excited to have a great week of work here at home. 

All is good! My Outcome Goals are still very much within reach, and I am feeling great. There are nine remaining Web.com Tour events on this year's schedule--five regular season events and four Finals events. I definitely believe that I can achieve my goals of winning two more (at least!) tournaments and finishing the year as number one on the money list. 

I am pumped! Thank you for believing in me and following my career. Great stuff is coming. Keep it here for an update or two from a great week at home!

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