TODD HAMILTON: I think just a mental approach. I think some days the club doesn't feel very good in your hands. Those are the days you need to just shoot for the middle of the greens when the pins are on the sides. Sometimes pars aren't so bad, especially in the major events. I hope being almost 39 that I've learned to do that a little bit better than maybe somebody right out of college or 25, 26 years old. Bogeys are not good, double bogeys obviously are even worse than that, and as I said, pars aren't too bad sometimes.
One thing I've learned as a rookie on the U.S. Tour, which is something I thought completely opposite before I got out there, it seemed like everybody hit every shot perfect. You don't have to do that. You have to manage your game. And as I said, the days when you don't feel like you're hitting the ball well, instead of shooting 74, you have to shoot 70 or you have to shoot 71 because there's always a chance you're going to shoot 7 or 8-under. Everybody out on the Tour, whether it's a European Tour or U.S. Tour or whatever, they have the ability to shoot 7 or 8-under in one round, and there's a good chance they can do that two out of four rounds.
But if you shoot 74 or 75, that makes it very difficult for you to win, unless the conditions are obviously tough to play. But if you can shoot 72, 71 and that's your bad round, that 8-under helps out quite a bit.
JOEL SCHUCHMANN: Thank you, Todd.
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