The Masters Champion is joined by wife Nicole and baby son Zachariah before he enters the field of play for his special moment.
— Danny Willett (@Danny_Willett) July 24, 2016
Willett, who has three missed cuts in his last 7 tournaments, is aware of the rut that can follow a player’s first major win.
“I think it’s settled down a bit now. … We are trying to get back down to work and knuckle down because we have got a very important second half of the season coming up,” said Willett, who will play in the Olympics and Ryder Cup this year.
“It’s time to move on a little bit from what we did in April. It was fantastic and it’s changed my life, but we need to get back to the kind of form that we took into that week and hopefully then move forward.”
— New York Yankees (@Yankees) July 24, 2016
Danny seems to get no respect across the atlantic, which is a shame because he’s now a very respected player in Europe. Inevitably there will be a lull after such a high, but I think only a fool would think Danny Willett is a one-hit wonder.