Former World No. 1 Lee Westwood is refocusing on the game.
"I'm going through a divorce and found it nearly impossible to concentrate on golf, so I understand what happened in terms of my results last year," Westwood said. "How I played didn't really concern me, but now I'm back living in the UK permanently and trying to factor in when I see my kids and which events I play around that."
"I just want to get some consistency back in game and start to enjoy it again and being able to concentrate on what I'm trying to do."
Westwood added that he hasn't played much this winter and feels rested, so he's putting emphasis on preparing for the Masters and the British Open at Royal Troon.
The 42-year old is ranked 52nd in the world. He was ranked 30th after last year's Dubai Desert Classic.