Woods’ and Snedeker’s resiliency

After three days of competition at the 77th Masters Tournament in Augusta, Tiger Woods has shown what it means to be resilient. He was penalized two points for a technical mistake, severe penalty when you play at this level. Back to the field for a new round, Woods was nervous and made some ​​mistakes caused by this situation, then he changed his state of mind in a positive way, concluding in the 7th position +4 from the tournament head (Snedeker and Cabrera, 209) and with the opportunity to continue to compete for the victory.

Snedeker, ranked fifth in the world, is not there for holiday. The American remembers  that he leads in the final round at Augusta five years ago but crumbled under the pressure and finished tied for third. He is another example of resiliency:

He said: “I’ve spent 32 years of my life getting ready for tomorrow and it’s all been a learning process … I’m not here to get a good finish. I’m not here to finish top-5. I’m here to win.”

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