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Feeling as if the “glare” is off him after his even-par win last year, McDowell knows it will be hard to top his 2010. But now the goal is to build a better golf game.

“They were really sort of little concentrated bursts of great playing in 2010, and I really think I can have a year where I can be more consistent than that,” he said. “I want to win more major championships, of course, and I want to win more events all over the world.”

Documenting Tobiason’s story

Michael Tobiason Jr. was a virtual unknown until last week, when the story of his qualifying for the U.S. Open less than a year after his father’s death was first chronicled in The Washington Times. Now, his best friend and manager Kyle McMahon said, he’s the guy “everyone wants to know.”

Tobiason is the subject of a Golf Channel documentary, with a camera crew following his every move all week from his hometown of Wilmington, Del., to Congressional.

“It’s been such an awesome experience, man,” Tobiason said. “Every day’s like I can’t wait to get out of bed.”

The show is set to air Sunday.