After not "getting the results he expected his first four years on the PGA Tour," Ogilvy changed the way he manages his emotions on the golf course so they're not "dragging him down."
As Ferguson writes, for Ogilvy, "the trick was learning to like himself on the course."
Ogilvy says he gradually went from being "not very nice to myself on the golf course to being quite nice to myself on the golf course."
"Being negative on a golf course is a habit. You hit a shot and complain about it, and that's just the way you play golf. It takes a while to change that."