Sunday was a really good day for me in Boise. I had played poorly in the third round and was particularly disappointed with my mindset that day. I bounced back nicely and had a great attitude on Sunday. I did some upsetting things in the final round (three-putted the fifth, airmailed the green with a wedge on the ninth, missed the fairway wildly on the eleventh), but I never let those mistakes rattle me. I stayed positive and recovered well on all occasions. The one mistake that still stings a little bit is my poor tee shot on the easily-reachable par-five 16th hole. I was feeling great, but I was poorly committed to that tee shot. I missed it badly to the left and was stuck in a prison of thick trees. I tried to play wisely, but I stayed in the rough for my next three shots and ended up with a bogey on the hole. That one was costly, and it definitely hurts a little bit, but it doesn't overshadow a great week or a great effort on Sunday. I am proud of the way took control of my thoughts on the final day and played a solid round.
In addition to having a good week on the course, I put in tremendous work as well. For the second consecutive week, I completed my Full Fitness Routine and my Full Practice Schedule. I feel such a powerful sense of accomplishment from getting all of my work done, and that feeling translates into confidence on the course. I know that achieving my Process Goals will get me to my Outcome Goals, so I am very focused on getting them done.
We are currently in route to San Francisco for this week's Web.com Tour event at the TPC Stonebrae. I've never been to this course before, but I am excited to put in some good preparation and have another great week. Keep it here for updates from the Bay Area!
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