ROBERT KARLSSON: It was 2000, first of all. Then I tried to I tried too hard. I wanted so badly to really play well and that was definitely golf is only mental, outside, because if you don't feel relaxed and happy on the golf course, you have no chance, no matter how good your swing is. I mean, you have no chance.
So I would say most of the 156 players this week had a good chance to win this tournament when they are on. But you have to be on for four days in a row, and that's the big issue with the game, I mean, to be able to stay focused for four days, because it's quite difficult. You have four nights in between, three or four nights in between, and so a lot of things can happen in those hours; if you're playing well or if you're playing bad, as well. So if you can really get focused on what you're doing right now if you look on how I've practiced and stuff, I keep it very, very simple. I'm a tall guy, so I need to keep posture and balance and aiming in shape, and that's about it.
The rest is only to do things that make me enjoy my game off the golf course and on the golf course and with my family and to keep the whole package in check. And that's super, super important. I mean, I cannot stress how much the family means in this situation. They have been home now for two weeks and I know my wife has done she's having a great time with the kids and it works out. I feel happy out here when she's back with the kids and I talk to the kids. I feel they are happy and if that wouldn't work either, it wouldn't be so easy for me. The whole thing is so important.
NICOLAI LAUDE: Thank you very much, Robert, and enjoy whatever you will do with the 600,000 Euros.
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