At the end of the day, the only thing I can do is keep working on it, keep giving myself chances, and it's going to happen.
In 13 years I've come to the conclusion that I need to play for second or third place.
I have to believe in myself. I know what I can do, what I can achieve.
I've heard people say my swing's not perfect, and I know that. But golf's a natural sport, very sensitive. It's played a lot by feel. I don't care if my swing is too flat. If it works, I don't have to change it.
The Spanish press started calling me El Nino' when I was very small. Now, I have grown a little. The problem is, when I'm 30 years old, we'll have to come up with another one.
I always think under par. You have to believe in yourself.
If you worry about making bogeys, it makes the game that much more difficult. You put more pressure on yourself without even noticing it. It makes a difference to take it easy when things aren't going right.
I've been fortunate enough to do pretty well in playoffs. I feel pretty comfortable in them.
The most important thing is not that my short game looks good, but that it feels good, because at the end of the day, what you need is to feel it, and I'm starting to feel it.
Be who you really are.
Concentrating for four hours will wear you out mentally.
I do things with a lot of feeling.
I definitely don't consider myself a kid anymore. I feel like an old man, an old 28-year-old.
I am what I am. I love golf, I love my life, I love my family and friends.
I like playing with a good crowd.
There have been times when you doubt yourself. You don't know if you're working on the right things.
I am competitive, and I like to be as competitive as possible in anything I do.
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