TIGER WOODS: Great question. I just have understood that it takes time to put all the pieces together, because you have to you don't want to have any setbacks. You don't want any things where, gosh, that was a huge setback there. I look at it as a progression. Am I able to do it on the range? Yeah, I can hit ten balls like I need to. I need to increase that or build on that. Then you play 9 holes with your buddies. Then I can do it for four or five holes, then you can do it for a round. Then you do it for an entire week with your buddies. Now I've got to do it for a tournament. Then I can do it for a couple of days. Now I have to do it for four days. Now I need to do it in a major championship. And then you do it in a major championship. Then I have to do it down the stretch in a major to win. And all of a sudden it comes together.
You look at it as a progression. It takes time. And it's something that I don't know why I've had the patience to go through it. You think that I have gotten frustrated at times, but you've got to always take a step back and look at, I'm progressing every day, just don't have a setback. The time I went through with Butch, that two year period, I didn't have any setbacks. And this period I didn't have any setbacks either. There were times, yeah, I didn't hit the ball that well. But I always had more good shots than bad shots than I did the day before. That's what you want to happen.
So for me not to have any setbacks in these two processes I went through was huge for me. And trust me, I don't want to do it again, because it takes a lot of patience and a lot of hard work, countless hours on the range, at home or in front of a mirror, trying to get it right. And it takes a lot out of you.
STEWART McDOUGALL: Tiger, thank you very much.
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