Lee Westwood has claimed that he is happy with the current state of his game ahead of the Waste Management Open at TPC Scottsdale.
The 40-year-old tied for 47th in the Farmers Insurance Open last week but believes that he is hitting the ball as well as he has done for a long time.
"I've got a fair bit of continuity at the moment," Westwood told reporters. "I feel like my game is coming around. There have been a lot of changes, so that's been difficult, sometimes difficult to see which part of your game is wrong when there are so many different things going on.
"But, you know, I feel like I have a grasp of it at the moment and I'm hitting the ball well, as good as I've hit for a while, and I'm rolling the ball on the greens better than I have been for the last two or three years."
Westwood has changed his schedule to compete more often on the PGA Tour this season.