Rory McIlroy trusts a routine of reflection, juggling and mind preparing will help win a first Experts title.
The 29-year-old Northern Irishman’s new frame of mind to life has helped him begin the year with seven top-10 completions and triumph at the Players Title.
“I don’t think I’ve at any point begun a season this well,” said McIlroy, who just needs the Bosses to finish a lifelong Fabulous Hammer of significant titles.
“It’s concentrating on the little things and not living or passing on by the outcomes.”
McIlroy has won The Open, US Open and US PGA Title (twice) and will turn into the 6th man in history to have won every one of the four majors on the off chance that he succeeds at Augusta National.
In any case, his last triumph in a noteworthy was in 2014.
“A difference in frame of mind has been one of the greatest keys to how I’ve played for the initial couple of months of the year,” included McIlroy, who jump starts close by American Rickie Fowler at 16:15 BST on Thursday.
“It’s about not getting got up to speed endeavoring to play immaculate golf.”