I enjoy every second I'm in the gym. I love to challenge myself, push myself; obviously there's a lot of different routines and a lot of different stuff we do - love cycling, and again, it's part of my lifestyle.
It annoys me a little when people try to be positive when I don't play my best. I play to win. I'm like that. I'm like any other player. I'm never happy.
I think it was harder today than other days. There was more wind today, but the greens are so good and guys out here are going to make putts.
I think it was harder today than other days, ... There was more wind today, but the greens are so good and guys out here are going to make putts.
That 2-iron, that's my baby, ... You've got to put it in play out here. There is no need to start throwing it off line and giving shots away.
We just went to feel and having fun. Every time I step on the putting surface I'm going to have fun and I'm just going to enjoy it. I'm going to look forward to every putt. Last week, I said I've had enough of mechanics. Let's go back to when I was a kid. I started thinking when I was 10, 11, 12, I would look at the hole, hit it and if it goes in, great. If it doesn't go, chase it and hit it back. So no more mechanics, just feel.
We've got some problems, I've got to admit. But Colombia is just an unbelievable place. I don't know of anyone who has been there who doesn't like it. I miss it. I miss my people. The image is just overblown. I want to spread a good (image) around.
We have a bad image in the world, I've got to admit. I just want people to think twice about Colombia. Don't go by the first impression.
What was going to happen, I had no clue. I can't control what's going on there, but I was definitely preparing myself to play and hopefully have a fun week.
You get playing against the best players in the world and obviously you can't control what they do. You can only control what you do. It's a matter of being patient, and like I said last week, it's just about having fun.