JOE AVENTO • UPDATED YESTERDAY AT 1:33 PM
Rhys Enoch will be performing on the biggest stage in the world of golf when the British Open begins Thursday at Carnoustie, and the former All-American at East Tennessee State vows to enjoy every moment.
“My first goal is to make the weekend,” Enoch said. “However, I don’t want that to be the focus because you gravitate toward where your thoughts are. The way the course sets up, I feel like I can have a really good week with some strong long iron play, which is a strength of mine. So I am focusing on controlling what I can control and having a strong showing.”
It will be Enoch’s second major. He played the Open at Royal Liverpool in 2014 and missed the cut by three strokes.
“That was probably the best week of my life so I can’t wait to get back and try it again,” the 30-year-old Welshman said.
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