The big positive of the week at BMW PGA at Wentworth was that I did manage to get all four rounds and that was important. Yet, I must confess it was a disappointing end to the week. Sure, three rounds at par and the last one at one-over gave me a lot to work on.
I felt I never really had any momentum going and as I said earlier still it was good to get four days of golf in. A finish somewhere around the 50s is disappointing, and I need to work on that.
But, for now I am looking forward to greener pastures in Ireland next week. It was on the third day, that I probably played the best golf of the week. Yet, it was frustrating to drop so many shots. I was not been able to stop the bleeding when I get into a spot of bother.
Still, I have to admit overall the game seems to be improving. I would have been very happy with a decent final round to take that added confidence to Ireland with me, but it was again average.
Overall, so far playing on two of the biggest Tours has been a bit of mixed bag. The opportunities have been great, but the results not have been quite what I have expected.
Playing in the United States on the PGA and the European Tour is quite different, simply because of the conditions. But it is also something I look forward to for a number of years to come.
I want to travel between the two Tours, as that will make me a better golfer. As for success and results, I feel the key that at the end of the day, regardless of where you play, is playing your own game well. And, of course the goal is to keep improving and learning with each step.
Lot to look forward
That will be the key for me. I haven't done that quite as well as I would have liked, but there are plenty of events yet for me to do that.
From here I move to the Irish Open and again I will have the company of my colleagues like Jeev Milkha Singh and Shiv Kapur. Then I will go back to US for a few events, including the US Open and I should have a start before that, too. Then, there will be more, so I want to make the best use of all those opportunities.