Managed a week at home before heading off to Dubai where I had picked up a virus in China and had a bad week with my asthma and not feeling good in general.
Leading up to flying to Paris I managed to get some rest, family time and practice finishing with a fun match against Henrik Stenson at Lake Nona.
After a few days home in the UK getting over missing the cut at The Open, I flew over to Canada for their Open Championship, one of the oldest on the PGA Tour.
After the Italian Open took a week off at home in the United Kingdom before heading over to the US Open at Shinnecock hills where I played my first US Open back in 2005. To be honest it’s been my less favorite Major, best finish being T21 so arrived with no expectations but confident with my game.
As you all know this time last year was the turnaround of my fortunes and this course fits my eye so generally play well here. The week before that I did a couple of shoots for the PGA Tour social media which you can take a look at here
After the whirlwind from Houston I flew home for just one day and then headed to Augusta with Henrik Stenson arriving late Tuesday afternoon. It’s the first time I have ever arrived so late to prepare for the Masters but I came in on a high and the big question was going to be could I maintain it after the drain of the last 5 weeks.
After the intense media coverage on the incident I flew home Saturday night for some down time and decided on the Tuesday to fly to Huston and play myself into the Masters. (All players have to confirm entry for the following week by 5pm EST on a Friday which I did during the Dell).
As you all know I took 7 weeks off after finishing up in Dubai last November. 2017 was one of the most roller coaster years I have experienced in my professional life. From the lows of losing my PGA Tour card to being extremely grateful to Brian Gay for spotting the change in the Fed-Ex points system and weeks later nearly winning the Players!