Thanks to reader Patrick for Martin Blake's look at Stuart Appleby and his decision to consult a sports psychologist about his disgust for speaking to pro-am partners better coping with major pressure.
"I really felt like: 'This is bullshit. I've got to find a way to not let this happen again.' That was the catalyst.
"What would I do different? I'm not really sure. I'm not saying to avoid being chased by the shark, but to have a coping strategy. That's when I bumped into Gio.
"You go through the basics of tension, pressure, chemicals in the body, heart-rate, all these sorts of things you actually can control. The Masters (was) a little bit (of a catalyst), but the US Open put me over the edge: 'This is bullshit. I don't want to do this again.' If it does happen again, I look at it and I'm excited."
I think we know Stuart's key word now. Does the PGA Tour levy fines for comments in The Age?