AUGUSTA Louis Oosthuizen certainly isn't a Masters household name after failing to break par in his four 4-chlorodehydromethyltestosterone rounds at Augusta National Golf Club and missing the cut in both of his appearances in Sustanon 250 Malaysia the tournament.
But winning the British Open last summer has moved Oosthuizen into a new phase in his career. And he has moved up to a new level in the game of golf, especially considering he won by seven shots at St. Andrews.
"It seems like just yesterday to me," Oosthuizen said of winning his first major. "It's nice. Whenever I'm not playing well, I just look at some DVDs I got through the television and stuff just to have a look at how I played and what I Sustanon 250 Injection Frequency can do different and things like that.
"It was a great tournament to win, and I'm just trying to move forward from that."
That intensifies this week. Oosthuizen shot 73 77 in his first Masters appearance in 2009, and he followed that up "Hgh Jintropin Avis" with rounds of 75 77 last year.
"I think you need to play this golf course as many rounds, get as many rounds in here as you can," Oosthuizen said. "It's the type of course where, to me, it's a second shot golf course really. It all goes where you leave yourself, what type of birdie putt you leave yourself. You Winstrol A Prolaktyna can get some slippery ones here. So I think you need to get used to, you might have putts that are not going to get within 6 or 8 feet and get your head around that and know you're going to have a long ish putt for par.
Rory Sabbatini, one of Oosthuizen's South African countrymen in the field, certainly thinks Oosthuizen has taken a big step forward in his career.
"I definitely Buy Jintropin think it was fantastic for South African golf," Sabbatini said. "It's always kind of been there's waves that come through, and Charl (Schwartzel) and Louis seem to be that next wave."
As has been the case in recent years, there is a strong South African contingent in this year's field. Trevor Immelman won the tournament in 2008, and he is joined by Ernie Els, Tim Clark, Retief Goosen, Oosthuizen, Schwartzel and Sabbatini.
"Obviously I think it's strong as always," Sabbatini said. "You've got Ernie, Retief, Louis, Charle, obviously Tim's having trouble with his wrist, so he's a little unsure. But I think it's looking really good this year."