What Tour Pros Think About …

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What Tour Pros Think About ... Slow play, pressure and who they'd pay to watch Colin Montgomerie Hero stuff: 20-9-7 record in eight Ryder Cups What's the best way to approach a stressful shot? Swing the club slower. Everyone wants to impress with their tee shots and I see them swing like greased lightning. Slow everything down. Could Tour pros play any slower? I just can't fathom the length of time people take to play. Four hours should be the limit for Tour pros. Everybody who takes longer should be fined. Who would you pay to watch? Really, you just want to come and watch me, right? Because stuff happens around me on the course. Why? I don't know, but it does!
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Thomas Bjorn Hero stuff: Ninetime winner on the European Tour What's the best way to approach a stressful shot? A lot of amateurs find it stressful to play with better players. When you do, don't try to hit it like a pro! Don't try to hit it too hard. Know your limits. Could Tour pros play any slower? The days of the three-hour round are over. It's a shame. People are too busy watching what everybody else is doing instead of being ready to play. Who would you pay to watch? Oh, Tiger. It's just phenomenal to watch what he can do. It's so effortless and so skillful.
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Michael Campbell Hero stuff: 2005 U.S. Open champion What's the best way to approach a stressful shot? Chill out. Stay in the present time. That's your point of power — not what has happened or will happen. Enjoy the moment. Could Tour pros play any slower? We play for more money now, so guys are taking more caution before their shots, more practice swings. But five hours for a three-ball is quite disgusting. Who would you pay to watch? Well, obviously Tiger is the guy. He's a playing at a different level than everyone else on Tour right now.