Everyone loves to talk about and brag on the guys and girls playing and winning. However, more often than we would like, at the end of a season, a player ends up not achieving or going as far as we all hoped. But the ones that become great learn from those experiences and move on and improve. We hit reset buttons and refocus. Peter Knade has come so far in the last few years. He breezed through Q-School and finished second at the first Korn Ferry event. From there he struggled and ended up with partial status for next year. Here is a sit down and chat we had last week as we hit the reset button and are back working toward our goal. Some really cool insight from a player who has grown up a ton and learned even more. Plus he got an exemption into this week’s PGA Tour event in Mexico. Peter has what it takes to succeed. Many golfers struggle and blame others rather than look in the mirror. Peter is focused on what he needs to do and will be successful.