To answer your original question, one thing he has done to make me believe is overcome the chipping yips, which i think has been way under-appreciated considering he had a terrible case of it. He’s been under pressure and chipped beautifully, consistently. From the outside, we see that he was chipping horribly and now he’s chipping fine, so we sort of just move on to other things like ball striking and putting, because it’s no longer a talking point. It was a huge hurdle to overcome and he did it with probably 10hrs per day of chipping practice, for weeks. He’s never going to talk about it…ever. It’s just a thing he had to take care of.
My guess is he’ll win the Open Championship this year, and all of a sudden you’ll hear thousands saying “I knew he would win another major!”