He and Joost Luiten have all the confidence that he is in the next few days, in spite of its variability, a set of good results at the British Open, the fourth and final major of the year.
“I usually have plenty of room to work on such a linkscourses. Only it would have been nice to have it as I am now four days in a row, be strong, play. A lot of it also depends on the time and the weather,” said the Dutchman.
“The leader board in each tournament is different. It’s just mentally very, very hard for four days in a row to score a goal. On tv, it seems that the vijfmeterputt always, but in the other you see rarely on tv.”
In the world, the average 33-year-old Lose it around the age spot, which he held for the fifth time at the British Open can do this. The two times he missed the cut three times, he finished in the middle of the table.
“I’m going to every tournament to win,” said the Dutchman, who, in 2013, the surprising, the KLM Open and won last year’s tournament in Oman has to offer. “I’ve been working hard for it. My preparation has been very good. In good shape, can I have everyone’s measurements.”
Joost Luiten in action during the British Masters in may of this year. (Photo: Pro-Shots)
Lose, did you participate in the PGA Championship
To Lose the British Open, his second major of the year. In may, the best Dutch player on the PGA Championship, where he is in the 64th position, came to an end.
It will at least be better than it has recently, at the Scottish Masters, and where to Lose, despite a strong start to the cut, didn’t make it. “To be hit and miss, there are too many putts and too many bogeys,” he quit all together.
Italian Francesco Molinari is true, as the defending champion at the British Open, which this year is in the North of Ireland, to be held from Thursday to Sunday, it will take a while. The still-active players-Tiger Woods, with three victories one of which is the prestigious tournament and the most to offer.