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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 159 - PGA Wrap
"I hope to have a season like this one at the biggest stages again. I hope that we can do this again. “It’s not easy, it takes a lot out of you. I’m tired right now. I left it all out there. I’m tired from the majors this year because of what it does. It really does wear you out mentally, trying to grind that much. And there’s a reason I have a receding hairline and it’s because I’ve got that kind of pressure building up and that kind of stress. And as much of a thrill as it is, it can wear you down.” Which is perfectly understandable. In the 16 rounds that comprise golf’s majors each year, Spieth was in or near the lead during all 16. Even Tiger in 2000 was out of touch for most of the Masters before finishing fifth. A loopy schedule conspired against Hogan, who was unable to contest the PGA Championship in ’53 due to a clash of dates with the only Open Championship he ever played. But Spieth was in the spotlight from the moment he shot a 64 on Thursday at Augusta to command a three-stroke lead. Indeed, it felt like he didn’t lose the lead at the majors for three months. The question now becomes one of validation or, more accurately, continuation. Did we just see Spieth’s best or was that merely the entrée? FLIP IT & RIP IT. TM GAME CHANGED Two CG settings. Two flight paths. More distance for all golfers. "THERE’S A REASON I HAVE A RECEDING HAIRLINE AND IT’S BECAUSE I’VE GOT THAT KIND OF PRESSURE BUILDING UP AND THAT KIND OF STRESS. AND AS MUCH OF A THRILL AS IT IS, IT CAN WEAR YOU DOWN.”
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