The American golfer analyzed his current situation and his chances in the first major of the year before the opening round in San Francisco.
Tiger Woods says he is not concerned about arriving with limited preparation at the start of PGA Championship. The American golfer is confident before looking for the sixteenth major of his career.
It is worth noting that Woods has seen action in only one tournament since the PGA Tour resumed amid the coronavirus pandemic – he played the Memorial Tournament a couple of weeks ago in Muirfield Village and finished 40th.
“As far as how focused I am, I have had no problem with that. Those four rounds at the Memorial were very positive,” Woods said in a talk to the press.
“The different thing will be to play without an audience. As for my energy while I’m competing, no, that’s the same. I’m quite intense when I play and I really like what I’m doing,” he added.
Woods added: “I feel good. Obviously I haven’t played much competitively this year, but I have been playing a lot at home. I am very excited about some of the changes I have made and that has been positive.”
“I’m just trying to go back to this part of the season. This is what I’ve been preparing for. We have a lot of important events going on here, so I’m looking forward to it. This is going to be a fun test for all of us. difficult has happened, “he closed.
Woods will play the first round at TPC Harding Park this Thursday: He’ll be out in a group along with Rory McIlroy and new number one Justin Thomas.
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