SEAN O'HAIR: Yeah, I mean, I think the easiest way to put it is success breeds success. Whenever you finally succeed somewhat out here, you get the confidence that, you know what, hey, I'm good enough to be out here. Then you start playing a little bit more consistently and then like, for instance, I had a second place over at the Byron and then I think, "Well, not only do I think I belong out here, but I think I can win." And then I win and you think, hey, there's no telling how far you can go. It's just a matter of what you believe you can accomplish.
I think everybody out here has got a different golf swing, they have got a different they are different in so many ways. I mean, everybody is different out here. There's so many different winners out here, I mean, who knows, the only thing that's similar to everybody out here is confidence. And some people always have more confidence than others, and you know, that's my goal, like I said, each week is trying to improve and just get more confident every single week.
Right now, I think my goal is just go through the process and hopefully put myself in more positions, more consistently, to win and then go from there. I'm not going to try to get ahead of myself. Obviously I've got some long term goals that I'd like to accomplish, but people probably think I'm crazy. It's just a matter of each week improving your game and learning something new and going from there.
But like I said, you know, the more success you have, the more confidence you get; the more confidence you get, the more success you get. So it's kind of a vicious circle and just kind of feeds on itself. I think like Tiger, just does nothing but succeed, and that's why he comes out here and expects to win every single week. That's why he's probably the man to beat every single week.
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