Reflections of 2014 with Paul Peterson

Tue 20 Jan 2015

Reflections of 2014 with Paul Peterson

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January 20: American left-hander Paul Peterson enjoyed an impressive season in 2014, finishing 22nd on the final Order of Merit thanks largely to five fourth placed finishes and another top-10 at the star-studded Thailand Golf Championship. This is his Q&A with asiantour.com
How do you assess your 2014 season?
Extremely happy with 2014. It’s been a great year on the Asian Tour and I really enjoyed myself out here.
What was the main highlight for you?
Top-10 at the Thailand Golf Championship. I know I had a few other top-10s during the season but playing with Martin Kaymer at the Thailand Golf Championship on that Saturday was really a great experience. It was a fantastic week and the golf course was as difficult as what we’ve seen all year.
Any regrets?
No regrets at all.
Goals for 2015?
I would like to get into the winner’s circle. I’ve been knocking on the door a lot and breaking in will be huge.
Any golf shot which you would like to re-hit from 2014?
Yeah, that putt which hit a spike mark at Amata Spring (Thailand Golf Championship) might have cost me a chance at qualifying for the British Open. If that had gone in, it could have put a bit more pressure on the guys. You just never know.
How will you spend your off season?
I’m going to spend time with my coaches, friends and my girlfriend, probably take her to Vegas for a Maroon 5 concert or something like that.
Who was the star of 2014?
I think Anirban Lahiri played the most consistent golf. Definitely.
Who should we look out for in 2015?
Paul Peterson!