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Luke Donald for the Major

Luke Donald for the Major

Luke Donald is more focused nowadays as he aims for his first major title. The Englishman’s enthusiasm was fired up after achieving world number one again. A four-shot victory in the BMW PGA Championship pushed him back into the top rankings.

As Donald said, “Winning one major would satisfy some of my critics but the goal is to win more than one. I feel like I have that ability.” Just a single major title will get Donald a chance to play for the Olympic Club, which is up for grabs in San Francisco.

“There are three majors left and that is the next goal – to try and get one of those. The big thing is that every time you have the opportunity to close out events you gain confidence and hopefully that will serve me well,” Donald said.

Posture is one of the things that Donald has been working on lately. He is getting assistance from his trainer, Dave Alred, who was also Jonny Wilkinson’s coach in the 2003 Rugby World Cup. According to Donald, he is seeing great results from his efforts.

“It has helped me to be really aware of my posture and how I outwardly project that feeling of positiveness. It helps me and obviously sends a message to whoever I am playing with. It helps me to feel very confident on the greens and it is a big, big weapon in my arsenal. I have done a lot better job of it since I have been working with Dave – he is always reminding me about it,” Donald said.

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