DANNY WILLETT IS keeping it strictly Yorkshire for his Masters Champions dinner at Augusta National.
After Jordan Spieth produced a final-round back nine that would have left many weekend hackers pondering a new hobby, the view that the green jacket had been lost by the American as opposed to won by his English rival was neither uncommon nor without merit.
His performance on the course has struggled a little bit since the big win.
Willett has endured a prolonged slump since donning the Green Jacket, with just three top-five finishes and no wins from his subsequent 23 appearances. He's hoping to rekindle some of last year's magic this year to get his season on the right track.
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His lack of tournament golf stretches back much further than just leading into the year's first major.
"I played with the defending champion in practice on Tuesday. So like I said in previous interviews, it's now trying to get the game to where I can get back in positions and hopefully do it again". "I think the whole experience of hitting shots under pressure, and even if you didn't hit a couple of great ones, where you can get away with hitting it - obviously it's supposed to be windy here Thursday, Friday - and I think experience really is going to come into this Thursday, Friday".
Knowing what's ahead might be better, but the Masters is a major creator of anxiety. They're taking more time and effort into finding out where not to go more than where to go.
The 29-year-old from Sheffield resisted the temptation to try anything too radical as suggested by his always-humorous brother Peter who had felt some horrid delicacies from the cooking by their Swedish mother might help "poison" his rivals.
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If you are looking for a decent outsider among the home players, you could do an terrible lot worse than putting a few pence on Daniel Berger, who is a wonderful shotmaker with a great temperament.
He said: "I guess it might go, but you're still a Masters Champion".
"That pitch I think is the hardest in golf", Bann, who coaches several tour players and is a director at the Bann-Lynch-McDade instruction school in Australia, told Reuters. You're going to have to leave it where you can get up-and-down or where you can two-putt from wherever that may be. You can remember shots from the past on nearly every hole on the back nine, some of which doomed and others that boosted each competitor's chances. It could work in Willett's favor to be under the radar, but he has confessed that his major breakthrough has brought on difficulties that he did not envision. "You feel like you should be able to, and you've done it once, why can't you do it every time you play".
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