Louis Oosthuizen arrived at the Malaysian Open safe in the knowledge he could not have done anything differently at the Masters.
The South African came within a whisker is claiming the green jacket at Augusta only to lose in a play-off to American Bubba Watson late on Sunday.
The 2010 British Open champion spent much of the 30-hour flight to Kuala Lumpur reflecting on what might have been, something he is not beating himself up over.
Oosthuizen admits the near-miss will be tough to get over initially, however, he insists he gave everything and does not feel anything was frittered away.
"Every second on the flight I was thinking about what I would have done different," explained Oosthuizen.
"But I think there probably isn't much I would have done different. I felt like I gave it my all, didn't throw anything away, played the best I probably could have coming down the stretch in a major and I was outplayed.
"Being that close to the green jacket is tough to get over it immediately but I think time will heal it and it just gives me a bit more confidence when I put it on eventually that I will be over it."