MY BEST ADVICE FOR GETTING IT DONE AT CRUNCH TIME
Billy Horschel on how to shine when it’s crunch time.
▶ Whether you’re trying to sink a three-foot putt to win a bet or playing for a $10-million bonus in the FedEx Cup, you’re going to struggle if you let the magnitude of the moment make you do things you wouldn’t normally do. If you want to be clutch, my rst piece of advice is to be yourself. Swing with the rhythm that feels most comfortable; use the clubs and play the shots you have the most con dence in; and stick to your routines. Don’t try to concentrate harder in those pressure moments. Instead, get out of your head and treat the tournament, round or shot as if it were a regular day on the course. It’s part mental, part physical:You’ve got to think clearly and have a simple mechanical cue. Here’s how to apply that and play clutch in ve common situations. WITH RON KASPRISKE