Kuchar (Matt) has always been quite a predictable in pro golf since long.
He has taken part in 119 PGA events over 5 seasons starting from the year 2010 till 2014, recording forty eight top-ten finished & 84 top-twenty five finishes.
He is probably the sole golfer who did not endure any slump at that time.
However, the results have not been there in the last 2 months for RBC Heritage defending champ.
In typical style, Matt started this year with 5 top-25s in a row, including 1 runner up & a 3rd position. He has not ever missed out on cut in the past 6 events since February & yet he has just 2 top-25s & a top 15th finish.
“It had been tad frustrating, the past 2 weeks. It has not been typical play for me”, stated the champion golfer.
“I had 2 practice days which were really frustrating. I was aware that I was not where I wished to be & put in additional hours that what I anticipated. However, I did have a fantastic day & a wonderful practice session.”
The star golfer said that he worked hard on hitting ball higher up with the hope that it would enable him to play well at the Augusta & allow him to take the great play further to the successive weeks. However, Matt’s infatuation with the high iron-based shots that offer more spin at soft landings resulted into bad habits into Matt’s swing.
Kuchar is hopeful that his very return to the Harbour Town would act as a good remedy for him. Added to his RBC triumph in 2014, had top-15 finishes back in 2005, 2008 & 2010 in eleven appearances.
“I am really thrilled to contend & play good here at the Harbour Town course.”