Kaula Lumpur: Four days after losing the Masters in a playoff, Louis Oosthuizen will try to overcome disappointment and fatigue when he tees up on Thursday in the first round of the Malaysian Open.
The South African hasn't slept much after flying to Malaysia following his loss to Bubba Watson on the second playoff hole at Augusta on Sunday. But he is determined to keep playing well in a tournament co-sanctioned by the European and Asian Tours.
"Down the stretch at Augusta I played the best that I could. I was just outplayed. Now I am just looking to continue my good form," said Oosthuizen, who also finished third at the Houston Open earlier this month.