The Masters: Luke Donald believes the Augusta course is well suited to his game
Last Updated: 10/04/13 5:02pm
Luke Donald: Fine-tuning during a practice round at Augusta prior to the start of the Masters
Luke Donald believes the Augusta course is well suited to his game as he prepares for another push for a green jacket.
The Englishman's best-placed finish at the Masters was third back in 2005, while he also picked up a fourth place finish in 2011.
He feels he is well-prepared for this year's renewal and insists his short-game skills mean he has the ability to contend.
Donald told Sky Sports: "I'm very much a golfer that likes to prepare and work on specifics for specific courses, and I think we're able to do that this major - the others it's tougher to do because we're just not as familiar with it.
"Again, I do believe that short game is still very important around this place, having that ability and that technique to be able to deal with those shots around the greens and having the feel and touch to see these breaks.
"It's not just about reading these greens, it's kind of a feel thing and I feel that generally I'm pretty good at that.
"My results have definitely shown that - I've had a couple of chances around this place and hopefully I'll continue to give myself some good looks at winning a green jacket."