I'm working my way steadily back and I'm feeling good.
Race horses are like golfers, you're never sure how they're going to come out of the stalls. It's just - hopefully the horses come out of the race all right, just fit and ready to go again in the near future, but 3rd was good. It's paid for its hay.
The Singapore Open is the flagship event of the Asian Tour, it is a massive event and it is being played in a great place. I love coming here and it is good to be back.
Golf is played between the ears and if you are not 100 percent focused on what you are trying to do, then people will go past you no matter who you are.
Sometimes Americans don't quite get my sense of humor. My good ol' British sarcasm seems to go over their heads.
My dad said: 'It looks like you'll be world No.1 in a few hours and I wanted to be the first to say congratulations.'
People always say golfers don't smile. But there is so much psychology in golf so we have to be a bit robotic.
Now I'm giving up a little in the week-to-week tournaments but reaping the benefits in the majors.
People confuse being world No. 1 with winning a Major championship.
I've started to show the consistency in majors I had in regular tournaments back in 1998-2000 when I was contending nearly every week.
People mature at different stages and I feel I'm learning a lot.
Probably the best caddies are the smartest ones and the ones that are switched on mentally more than some of the others maybe.
You're the only one in control over your golf ball. It's not like tennis: you're hitting a shot and somebody's hitting it back at you.
No, I don't have any problems leaving disappointments behind. I've had lots of good days at golf and a few disappointments, so you never know what's around the corner.
You don't win tournaments by playing well and thinking poorly.
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