E ELS insists he can rediscover his winning touch when he returns to European Tour action at the Ballantine’s Championship today.
The South African followed up his WGC-CA Championship success with victory in the Arnold Palmer Invitational last month, only to run out of steam when it came to the US Masters at Augusta.
But now after a two-week break, the three-time major winner is looking to improve on his third-place in the Race to Dubai standings with a solid performance in Korea.
“Maybe I played too much golf, maybe I should have taken the week off before the Masters because I was a bit jaded,” Els admitted. “Now I feel ready to go.”