The Australian golfer Adam Scott is all set to claim his second major PGA title in the forthcoming New Jersey PGA championship.
He looks quite relaxed and believes that breaking free from the mental shackles will help him in improving the chances of winning the PGA championship at the Baltusrol Golf Club.
The Queenslander has not won any back to back titles since February and March this year. He is currently on a 21 month loss streak on the PGA sector. Scott said that he was entering the Baltusrol PGA championship in a completely different frame of mind which he believes could land him the Majors title.
Scott felt that he had played better in the last two majors, but one poor round meant that he was left in the middle of the title race. He is entering this PGA championship with a belief that he will be playing really well and there is no way tension would come in his way. He looks very calm and composed in the build up to the main event and feels that his swing is getting better with every practice.
The Queensland golfer says that he is a good mindset and feels relaxed like he was at the start of the year. He is looking to let go the recent past and will take the challenges as and when it happens. If Scott wins this PGA championship trophy, he will become a top contender for the US Tour Player of the Year award.
Defending champion and fellow countryman Jason Day has so far won three majors and could give Scott a good run for his money. Scott feels that the fair course laid out for the championship will suit his game play and he is looking forward for a good momentum from this major to get into the forthcoming FedEx cup events.