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Willett on his Dubai Desert Classic win

Danny Willett has spoken of his win in the Dubai Desert Classic last week. The twenty eight year old knows that his victory has aided the plight of all up and coming Professional British Golfers.

Danny Willett opens up about the future of British Golf

Danny Willett has experienced a great 2015 season and last week’s victory has been the cherry on the cake. The title is a promise that we are to see much more from the talented professional.

Willett believes that the face of British Golf is improving and that the improvements will only continue as Matthew Fitzpatrick and Chris Wood also progress in the sport.

Speaking of his fellow British professionals Willett said that British Golf is transitioning now. Especially as the likes of himself and the other young British lads are just getting better and better. The sport is set to become very competitive over coming years.

Paying tribute to teams from other countries, the Dubai Desert Classic winner also stated that the level in professional golf is as high with them as it is anywhere. The competition is definitely getting tougher.

Speaking of his fellow Brits in the competition, and referring to the level of enjoyment he gets from the sport, Willett said:

“You look at the likes of Sully and Woody and myself, and Fitzy in the EurAsia Cup, it was good fun to be in and around it, having a good craic and a good bit of banter. I think for the next few years we’re going to be the ones that are trying to beat each other.”

He went on to explain how it felt to be a winner:

“Winning and losing, there’s such a minuscule difference between it, It’s just about putting yourself in that position as many times as possible. Some days you get lucky.”

With his triumphs in his professional life, it only stands to reason that Willett has to work hard to get the balance between his career and his personal life right. The star has planned to have some time off in order to be with his wife when she gives birth to their baby due later this year. With that in mind he has gotten off to a quick start this season and hopes that it will put Britain ‘well up there, in the world rankings’ for Rio and the Ryder cup.

Author Lisa Wood
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