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A natural talent, he appears to have switched back to swinging instead of thinking, to playing instead of practicing.

“Certain players feel like they need to be on the range for two or three hours a day and really work on drills,” he said. “And for me, I feel I practice much better on the course when I can see different shots and work it off different targets and just play. Play golf. I’ll still go and practice on the range and work on things that I have to, but once I feel comfortable that I’ve done that, I’ll want to go on to the course and make sure it’s good out there.”