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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 309
As a two-time major champion, former World No.1 and having enjoyed enormous success in the Ryder Cup, has there been a side of you that has in some way relished the opportunity to be a little more out of the limelight as you work through changes in your game? I don’t really like the wording “changes in your game”. A lot of people have asked me why I decided to change my swing when I was No.1 in the world, but to be honest, I have not changed my swing at all. When I was No.1 in the world, I was 25 years old and not a complete golfer. I just kept working on becoming a better golfer. Of course, you can argue ‘Why do you keep working on something that brought you to No.1 in the world?’ but being 25 years old, you don’t stop in trying to become better. Can I ask how watching on for the 2018 Ryder Cup made you feel? Is it a similar catalyst to you – to get back in for 2020 – as it clearly has been for someone like Ian Poulter this year, for instance? I definitely want to be on the team for 2020, especially because the Ryder Cup will be played in Whistling Straits, the golf course where I won my first major championship in 2010. COVER STORY
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