I hope this blog entry finds everyone having a good week. I am in Europe and working hard on my game and getting ready for our second major of the year next week. I am getting back to the basics of my golf swing and keeping my focus on a more simple approach. I think I started to over analyze certain aspects of my game which led to a lot of over-thinking. Every player and swing coach have various methods regarding the technical side of a golf swing, so what is good for one player doesn't necessarily translate to another player. I think Butch and I started to tweak too much and realize it's time to get back to what got me to #3 in the world. I am confident it's only a matter of time because the mechanics are all there. It's amazing how quickly things can turn in our sport.
My thoughts and condolences are with Champions Tour player, Ken Green and his family. Ken was involved in a tragic RV accident on Monday and everyone on the US PGA Tour is saddened by the news.
I'll get to New York on Sunday and I'm looking forward to a good week ahead. Each of the four majors has a special quality and the US Open crowds are always electric. It will be great to be back at Bethpage Black. I look forward to seeing you in NY!
Until next time, take care.
Butch Harmon and Adam Scott