KAVARNA, BULGARIA - MAY 16: Carl Pettersson of Sweden on day one of the Volvo World Match Play Championship at Thracian Cliffs Golf & Beach Resort on May 16, 2013 in Kavarna, Bulgaria.
It's a spectacular course for match play. I think if it was a stroke-play event I would be a little nervous right now ... All the holes along the cliffs are incredible.
This game drives you a little mental sometimes ... But I enjoy practicing and playing. I work at the game pretty hard, but I enjoy it, too.More quotes »
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