Luke Looks to the Future
Despite missing the cut at the US Open and responding with his highest ever finish at Lythem last week, Luke Donald is now looking to the future with optimistic expectancy and says the his Open Championship moment is still yet to come.
“Sometimes you can learn a lot by playing poorly like I did at the US Open and not living up to my expectations. I certainly was very anxious and didn’t do a good job on the mental side. So this week was a huge improvement in terms of that and I’ll use that going forward.”
The 34-year old stated that although he had played well enough in regards of tee to the green but the pro felt that he lacked the same aurora when it came down to the short play.
“It just came down to the short stick, which usually is a strength of mine. But it’s a different type of surface on these old links courses. Sometimes you just need to get on those runs where it goes in.”
Although not competing in the RBC Canadian Open today, he will indeed be stepping foot onto the green at the Bridgestone Invitational of 2012.
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