Gary Woodland happy with his performance after a long break

To come back after such a battle with the disease and be ready to compete is a huge thing

by Sead Dedovic
Gary Woodland happy with his performance after a long break
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Gary Woodland, who recently returned to golf after brain surgery, stayed positive despite missing the cut at the Sony Open. He underwent surgery to remove a brain lesion. Woodland expressed optimism for the future, even though he didn't make it to the weekend action in Hawaii. Woodland primarily expressed his happiness with his return and the fact that he was able to come back after everything he went through. It turned out that this tournament was much better for him than he expected. It could be noticed that Woodland has not forgotten to play golf and that his quality is still unquestionable. 

To come back after such a battle with the disease and be ready to compete is a huge thing. At certain moments, this great golfer must have wondered if he would even have the opportunity to play the sport he loves the most. Returning to the golf course, he realized how lucky he was.

Gary Woodland: Focus was amazing. Best focus I've had in a year

Interestingly, Gary has never felt so good and energetic. For months he thought about his return and fantasized about what it would look like. Having achieved his goal, Woodland is now even more motivated to achieve dominance. Many are impatiently waiting for her performances and hope that he will come out stronger after everything.

"Focus was amazing. Best focus I've had in a year. Best energy I've in had in a year on a golf course. Obviously, you never want to miss the cut, never want to be out of contention, but it was bigger for me this week than golf."- he said, as quoted by

Gary Woodland
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It will take some time for Woodland to return to winning form and to show his full potential. The key for Gary is being back on the golf course, where he is happiest. Next week offers an opportunity for him to regain his shape and pursue a good result. Despite challenges, Woodland has proven he's a winner, and golf fans continue to hold a positive opinion of him.

"Golf game was rusty. Saw a lot of good things, but I was rusty scoring-wise. The goal coming into this week was to see where I was mentally. It was beautiful. Really was."

If you want to be a winner, it is crucial to be focused and ready for any obstacle. If you have a winning mentality and attitude from the beginning, you are already well on your way to making a huge success. Woodlan's comeback is a huge success, but he doesn't want to stop there. Everything he went through will only be a motivation for him.

"It was the best week that I've had on a golf course in a long, long time. Focus was there all week. Attitude was great. Energy was great. A lot to build on. I came to see where I was and I'm in a good spot. I think good things are happening."

Gary Woodland talks about his fight with disease

Woodland talked about his time in competitive golf, saying that even though players compete every week, they share a strong bond, like a close family. He described an atmosphere filled with support, including hugs, and expressed appreciation for the positive vibes from everyone.

During the fight with the disease, he had enormous support, and after the successful surgery, the support continued. Golf fans were eager to see him back on the big stage. Now that he is here, we can only hope that we will see him for many more years ahead of us and enjoy his qualities. It is known that Gary is a golfer who has never had a bad relationship with his colleagues and that he has enormous respect from everyone. These are some of the characteristics that make him special.

Woodland found the overall experience amazing, pointing out the presence of genuinely good people in the golfing community. He gave thanks to fans, tournament staff, and the media for their great support. Overall, he felt grateful for the friendly atmosphere and warm welcome since his return to competitive golf.

His hope is that the future will be equally beautiful for him, and that there will be no shortage of support from golf fans and experts. This year could deliver a lot in terms of quality. In addition to the great golfers that we will have the opportunity to watch on the PGA Tour and LIV Golf, many young talents want to make a breakthrough this year. In addition, big changes are expected in the world of golf. Primary: The PGA Tour and PIF deal is what many hope will be finalized soon.