The Masters Round 2

I finished up my Masters on Friday with another tough day. It wasn’t how I wanted to play or even how I know I can play, but considering my arm ailment, I’m glad that I finished.

Once again, my arm really didn’t allow me to swing the way I wanted to. It is frustrating to see the results despite the efforts.

Still the Masters is a tournament I love and Augusta National is a course I cherish. It’s a remarkable week and one that I look forward to playing for a long time to come.

Right now, my mission is to try and find a way to get my arm better. I’m doing some different therapy and exercises to see if that will help things. I simply need to build up the strength and endurance in this arm. I feel as though if I can do that, I can turn this around.

All it takes out here is one week. I proved that last year at the Byron Nelson. That might come next week – in this game, you simply never know.

One really nice part of this week was the chance to play with Corey Conners. We had three days together out here and what I saw from him makes me believe he’s going to have a really nice career.

He’s poised, organized and has all the shots. I think he’ll be a very good pro. Clearly, Canadian golf is really on the rise.

Thanks for all the great messages this past week. I appreciate the support I get from my supporters.