DAVID TOMS: I don't know that you ever get to that point. You're still going to worry about it ‑‑ not worry about it, but it's a missed opportunity. Who knows, will it come down at the Presidents Cup this year to where it would have cost me to be on that team? Will it cost me in Ryder Cup points when it comes down to making that team? What is it? Will it cost me top 30 on the Money List when I have the chance to make THE TOUR Championship? I don't know. I just know if I play well the rest of the year then that's totally irrelevant of what happened there on that last hole.
So that's the way I have to approach it. You look at Greg Norman, all the near misses he had over the years and all the people that chipped in or made a bunker shot. If he dwelled on what happened to him every single time, he would never have been the player that he was. But somehow he was ‑‑ just knew he was the best player, and if he played well, he would be there again. He put himself there many times.
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