Oosthuizen ready for quick Masters response
Louis Oosthuizen is looking to secure the Maybank Malaysian Open this week after his play-off heartbreak at the Masters on Sunday.
The South African and former Open champion had looked set to secure the Green Jacket at Augusta National last weekend as he put on an impressive performance, which included an historic albatross two at the second hole during the final round.
But, despite his good show, Oosthuizen just fell short at the death as Bubba Watson had too much in the play-off to pick up the Masters title ahead of him.
As a result Oosthuizen is aiming to maintain his good run of form by coming out on top at Kuala Lumpur Golf & Country Club.
He told europeantour.com: "I am still a little disappointed that it didn't go my way but it is just one of those things.
"It just makes me want that jacket even more now. Last week certainly has given me a lot of confidence on that golf course because I had never made the cut there but now I know I can play the course.
"I'm just looking to continue my good form really. I think the first round will be pretty tough because of the tiredness, but after that and after some good rest hopefully we can play well. It is a great golf course and if you are playing well there are a lot of birdies to be made out there but you also have to be careful and not be too aggressive.
"I am just going to try and play the way that I have done for the last few weeks. I think anyone that is playing well wants to play tournaments and try to get some wins under your belt."