Manchester, United Kingdom (PRWEB) April 15, 2014
Golf author, commentator and founder of Ultimate Golf Advantage, Alex Davidson, today releases a new interview on the 2014 Masters at Augusta, examining Bubba Watson’s second win. In the new interview Mr. Davidson discusses Mickelson’s shocking miss at the Masters, answers reader questions and highlights the key takeaways from the tournament - the interview is available in full at http://www.UltimateGolfAdvantage.com/interview-alex-davidson-talks-bubba-watsons-2014-masters-win/.
In a new and exclusive interview released today, Alex Davidson, founder of Ultimate Golf Advantage and author of Think to Win: Mastering the Mental Side of Golf, discusses Bubba Watson’s second Masters win in three years and comments on Mickelson’s miss at the Augusta National 2014. Mr. Davidson’s new interview comes following the intense weekend of competition between Watson and the young Jordan Spieth, which resulted in Watson winning by three shots and once again claiming the infamous Green Jacket.
Mr. Davidson explained that this new interview offers responses to the reader questions and comments received by the Ultimate Golf Advantage team as the tournament unfolded this weekend. Mr. Davidson commented:
“It is part of UGA’s ongoing mission to offer honest advice and commentary on the latest developments in our industry.” He added: “This interview takes a look at the successes and failings of three key players in this year’s tournament and offers advice for golfers seeking to replicate the success that Bubba Watson experienced at the 2014 Masters.”
Examining Watson’s seemingly unshakable mental game, Mr. Davidson discusses the importance of remaining “in the present” when golfing and not letting nerves or pressure get in the way of playing a great game. Unfortunately, this year, both of these factors were Mickelson’s Achille’s heel as he missed the Masters cut by a single point.
When asked about Mickelson’s failure to advance in the tournament this year, Alex Davidson highlighted a number of prestigious names that didn’t make the 2014 Masters cut. He said:
“‘Lefty’ acknowledged that he wasn’t sharp during the first round of the Masters and wasn’t able to overcome the big numbers as a result. But, where Mickelson and others fell short, Bubba Watson demonstrated a wonderfully steady mental game.” Mr. Davidson added:
“Watson, was able to use his unique ‘Bubba Golf” technique to take first place in this year’s Masters.”
In his new interview, Alex Davidson offers golfers advice for improving their mental game using lessons from professional golfers. Responding to reader enquiries, Alex and the UGA team have created an infographic demonstrating the importance of timing in the mental game of golf, as well as offering readers quick-fire mental tips from pro golfers. More information is available at http://www.ultimategolfadvantage.com/infographic-why-your-mental-golf-game-matters/.
Mr. Davidson concluded the interview by adding that his hope is for the light-hearted commentary in his new interview to spark discussions among UGA readers and offer inspiration for players who may be doubting their own abilities, saying:
“If a man with no formal golf training can win the Masters title twice in three years, why shouldn’t all golfers be able to achieve their biggest goals on the links?”
Alex Davidson’s latest interview is available now at the UGA website, at http://www.UltimateGolfAdvantage.com/interview-alex-davidson-talks-bubba-watsons-2014-masters-win/.
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