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January 30, 2022

Bronte Law

Boca Raton, Florida, USA

Boca Rio Golf Club

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Q. A good day. Obviously yesterday was tough for everyone.


Q. I would say put three pretty solid rounds together this week; has to feel good?

BRONTE LAW: Yeah, definitely. My game feels like it's in a good spot. Obviously with it being the first week back it's always nice to see the work that you've put in kind of come into fruition.

But, yeah, yesterday was tough. Like didn't have much go my way either. You know, like in divots, a lot of mud balls, had two bunker shots where the ball was at my feet. It was just one of those we couldn't quite do anything right between the two of us, between me and my caddie.

So sometimes that happens. When it's gusting 30 mile an hour you hope those aren't the day when that happens; it was. Obviously can't control when they come.

But, yeah, really happy with how I bounced back today. Played really solid. Shame about 18, but, yeah, really happy overall.

Kind of looking forward to building off of this week and just continuing to work on the stuff that I've been working on.

Q. I was going to say, how much can you build off of the first event of the year? Obviously there is a long season ahead, but was it a week where you can look back in May, June, July and say, Hey, I know it was early on in the year, but I had some good momentum?

BRONTE LAW: Yeah, the swing is where I want it to be. It's a matter of making sure that playing too much doesn't change it.

So that's a matter of, you know, the practice rounds and the range time, really making sure that I'm happy with where I'm working against. You know, that is the key. I think sometimes you play a little bit too much, you don't have your range time, and definitely going to make sure that I kind of can reflect and look at the swing videos from this week. I always like work towards that kind of standard.

So, yeah, I've got that now. And, you know, felt a lot more confident over the putter this week, which I kind of struggled with last year. That makes a big difference when you, you know, look like you're going to hole some 30-foot putts as opposed to struggling to make the one coming back, you know.

So makes a big difference. Continue to kind of work on that and make sure that my practice routines are consistent with that, because putting, as I've learned from a lot of the really good putters, is all about working back to where your putting routine is the best.

You do your drills to ensure you can kind of work back after a round to make sure you're back where you started kind of thing, yeah.

Q. Couple things that stand out just from what you're saying. Sounds like you maybe found a more -- not that you didn't have it before -- maybe a little more of a purposeful practice; would that be accurate?

BRONTE LAW: Yeah, before I was just trying to find something. That's never fun. No one wants to be in that situation.

Now I have my goals at the start of the practice session and I hope to achieve them; whereas before it was I'm going to stand here until I think I've found something.

As much as sometimes you have to do that, it's never really the most efficient kind of practice because you're working against yourself.

It's not like you're working towards an end result. You're kind of going, Well, this is all I've got right now and hopefully it's good enough kind of thing.

It's nice to have that kind of different mindset when it comes to hitting balls now and I don't have to stand there for hours. I will stand there until I'm happy with what I've got.

I think that's mostly about the mindset as well, and being comfortable with my game and not worrying about too much what other people are doing and how far they hit it and whatever, things like that.

Q. The other one seems like you might be a little more intent on how you set up your schedule; would that be an accurate statement as well?

BRONTE LAW: Yeah, I think so. I mean, golf is a funny game. Ended up winning after I think it was seven in a row last year on the LET. You know, I needed that because I was not confident at all when it came to being on the golf course. The only way to get that was through playing.

Now I've kind of got that a little more. It's now not a matter of just keeping on playing; it's making sure that I can play at that top level and not just try and make cuts.

Now it's about competing again, which is exactly what I want to be doing. It's what I crave. It's what I really want to do each week. Obviously to do three solid rounds this week at the start of the year, I'm really happy with that.

Q. Last one I have for you: Next week and then a little time off. Are you going to Asia? And how will you use next week to launch into a few weeks off whether you are going to Asia or not?

BRONTE LAW: Not going to Asia. Hoping to kind of basically put into practice what I've been doing these next two weeks, so obviously this week being the first week and next week being the second week, and then I'll see my coach again back in the U.K. and we'll talk about kind of what was good, what I felt uncomfortable with at certain times, and how we can make that better.

I'll come back then after that hopefully with kind of even more tools in my bag, you know.

Q. More tools and good rest.

BRONTE LAW: Absolutely.

Q. After a second off-season.

BRONTE LAW: Yeah, exactly.

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