TREVOR IMMELMAN: I started working with a new coach, Claude Harmon, on the 1st of May last year. We were basically making changes while I was playing. I played a very busy schedule last year. It's difficult to make a lot of swing changes when you're playing for a living.
We did a lot of work on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and then kicked it all off on Thursday every week so, that was tough. I knew we just needed a couple of weeks when it didn't really matter to work on a few things that we wanted to work on.
It never ends with the golf swing. You kind of just -- it's probably something that I've had to try to figure out in my own mind; it is never going to end. You've just kind of got to keep going with what you've got and try to improve a little bit every week.
Q. Where do you think this week leaves you looking at the rest of the year? It's a good time of the year to hit form.
TREVOR IMMELMAN: Absolutely. I'm going to the States tomorrow. I play in the Memorial next week, which is a golf course that I thoroughly enjoy. It would be nice to take some form into that tournament.
Then a week off at home in Orlando and then the U.S. Open. That will be my first U.S. Open. So, as you say, then I come back over here to play a long stretch before the British Open. A lot of fantastic golf coming up for me. Obviously, I hope it will kick-start me on and it will get my confidence going again and get myself in position again the next couple of months.
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