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Golf Australia Express : September 2013
“Playing as well as I’ve done in these last couple of months, there’s no magic, no quick fix. It’s just hard work. It’s been a good four months and I hope it can keep going.” “I was longing for a win and I got it.” Stenson isn’t the first golfer to stand on the precipice of a golfing abyss, the edge crumbling beneath his toes. Tiger Woods, Adam Scott and Matt Kuchar have all hit the skids at some point in their careers. Some would argue that Rory McIlroy is currently on the fast slope to a similar predicament. The first three have all clawed their way back to the top, but none from anywhere near the depths at which Stenson found his game. His eternal optimism is at the heart of it. “Of course I’ve been low and frustrated at times,” he said. “But I think if you let that get into your mind too deeply I wouldn’t be sitting here talking to you guys." I’m not giving up. I’m not a quitter. I’ll always bounce back.” Now he’s staring down a legitimate chance to take home $10 million as the winner of the FedEx Cup. Redemption (almost) complete. OTG TELL US YOUR THOUGHTS NOT SO SWEDE TIMES 2011 US OPEN 2012 MASTERS TANTRUMS AT 2.19 “I’M NOT GIVING UP. I’M NOT A QUITTER. I’LL ALWAYS BOUNCE BACK.”
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