Manchester, United Kingdom (PRWEB) May 29, 2014
Golf author, commentator and founder of Ultimate Golf Advantage (UGA), Alex Davidson, today releases a new interview on this year’s BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth. Mr. Davidson discusses Rory McIlroy’s shock victory after overcoming a particularly difficult week in the media to beat championship frontrunner Thomas Bjorn, and the key takeaways from the tournament - the interview is available in full at http://www.ultimategolfadvantage.com/interview-alex-davidson-talks-rory-mcilroys-dramatic-victory/.
In an exclusive interview released today, Alex Davidson, founder of Ultimate Golf Advantage and author of Think to Win: Mastering the Mental Side of Golf, gives his insight into McIlroy’s incredible win at the 2014 BMW PGA Championship and discusses the changing face of golf. Mr. Davidson’s interview comes after a surprise win for McIlroy that ends his 18 months without European success.
Mr. Davidson explained that his new interview offers insight into exactly how McIlroy secured victory after a tumultuous week and also explores the key takeaways from the tournament, addressing questions and comments received by the Ultimate Golf Advantage team as the tournament unfolded over the weekend. Mr. Davidson commented:
“We make it our philosophy at UGA to provide valuable insights and commentary on the most recent and exciting developments in the industry.” He added: “My latest interview looks at the changing face of golf and this year’s successes while offering practical advice for golfers looking to channel the same winning focus that McIlroy displayed to win the 2014 BMW PGA Championship.”
Dissecting the performance from the tournament’s top players, Mr. Davidson comments on Thomas Bjorn’s surprising defeat and why he was sure he was going to secure the top spot. Mr. Davidson attributes Bjorn’s short-lived but solid lead to his ability to remain firmly in the zone. When asked about McIlroy’s victory, Mr. Davidson believes that this too was indebted to a strong focus on the mental game. He commented:
“McIlroy said he was determined to ‘get in the zone’ and focus on the game - a positive mentality that led to a miraculous turn of events. Despite being 12 shots off the lead on Saturday morning, McIlroy’s game drastically improved over the weekend.” He continued:
“Rory revealed once inside the ropes, that he entered a kind of sanctuary where he knew he was doing what he did best.”
In this new interview, Alex Davidson offers tips and advice to golfers who want to improve their mental game and suggests that a lot can be learned from the successes and failures of the world’s top golfers, especially in the high-pressured setting of an international championship.
Mr. Davidson concluded his interview by offering guidance on what golfers can take away from this weekend’s tournament and McIlroy’s strength of mind. He said:
“You should never focus on how badly your last shot went – but on how to improve and rectify your mistakes. Something McIlroy seems to have taken to heart.”
Alex Davidson’s latest interview is available now at the UGA website, at http://www.ultimategolfadvantage.com/interview-alex-davidson-talks-rory-mcilroys-dramatic-victory/.
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