To be at peak performance, I need nine and a half hours of sleep.
Active body needs active sleep
Jordan Spieth impressive performance didn’t prove to be fruitful as expected
Spieth made his way into the playoffs against rival Matt Fitzpatrick. However, things took a turn during the first playoff hole where the former missed a birdie putt that costed him his victory and he had to settle for $2.18 million prize money for second place over which Spieth sadly expressed, “It just wasn’t meant to be”
Minute things completely overturned Jordan Spieth’s potential to clinch another title
Being a sport of inches and seconds, the precision required is a big ask which is to be fulfilled. However, a little variation in the margin, like Spieth’s missed birdie putt could instantly convert excitement into disappointment. Mental resilience and composure are of prime importance when it comes to golf.
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