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Golf Australia Express : January 2014
Mentally, it does get you down.” Well aware that keeping his back healthy is something he’ll have to constantly manage throughout his career, Wood now has a strict regimen of stretches and chiropractic care to get through events. “I’ve had a bit of help. I always sort of feel like I’m pretty strong mentally and things like that can help you in the long run.” Now that’s the kind of mental toughness you need to defend a title. Funnily enough, Wood has one of those coming up. And if he manages to pull off another fairytale in Qatar later this month, the man who once grew an inch and a half in three weeks as a 17-year-old, just might walk a little bit taller out there on the fairways. OTG TELL US YOUR THOUGHTS Injury made it a tough task for Wood to get from amateur marvel [right] to European Tour winner [below right].