Donald says he will Eventually Win The Open

Golf’s world number one Luke Donald believes that a win in the British Open will happen to him, eventually. Having missed a cut at the US Open earlier in the season, Donald mounted a comeback of sorts and finished at T-5 in the recently concluded Major event, finishing level with fellow British golfer Graeme McDowell. Recording a one under par 69 in the last round of the event, Donald was able to match McDowell’s score of two under par score in the tournament. This is the second time that he finished with a T-5 at Turnberry, having achieved the same feat back in the 2009 edition of The Open Championship.

Many golf commentators hail Donald for the way he never gives and fights on till the last shot of a tournament. As a result, his performance in the final day at Royal Lytham did not come as a surprise to many. And according to Luke Donald, one can learn a lot from his poor performances of the past, just the way he did from his nightmarish performance at the US Open.

Donald also stated that failing to reach one’s own expectations affects the game a lot and his mental strength at the British Open was almost zero, and as a result, he is considering his performances this week as a huge improvement in terms of his future achievements.

And now, he believes that he has the capability and the ability to take the Claret Jug from the Open Championship and plans on achieving the feat soon. And another good news for Luke Donald was the way Lee Westwood as well as Rory McIlroy, the closest rivals he has in terms of the world rankings, finished a long way down the leader board. And Donald hopes a little bit of luck will land him the title in the future.