I'm in San Francisco gearing up for the week ahead.I flew in on Sunday evening after my final round at Turning Stone. I felt I played well last week and was pleased that I had three solid rounds of breaking par. My putting was a lot better than it has been the past several months so I feel like my game is getting back on track.I've also put a lot of work in on my posture at address and that is also feeling more comfortable. I am heading in the right direction and feeling confident things are back on track.
I am excited to be a part of the international team this week. It was definitely a goal of mine to make the team. I grew up watching Greg in Australia and he is such a great ambassador for the game so it is an honor to be a part of this year's Presidents Cup. We have several social commitments during a Presidents Cup week and more media surrounds the competition so it's always a balancing act this week. Greg definitely has us focused and is managing our time efficiently. There's a special buzz in the air and hopefully we will get a win this week. It's unfortunate we've never won against the American team on U.S. soil so that gives all of us even more motivation to get a victory. It's definitely going to be an exciting 4 days.
I'll be in touch next week and if all goes well I'll have a story or two from the celebration on Sunday night.
Until then, take care.
Adam posted three sub-par rounds last week at Turning Stone
in his warm-up for The Presidents Cup.