Young learning from past mistakes

"I just wanted to get back to where I was and higher, and really prove to myself I could do it," he said. "I didn't want to have any regrets and for a while I was having some regrets."

Now, he said his goals are clear.

"I'd really like to win my first title, that's my main goal. I've been in the top 50, so I want to shoot a lot higher, hopefully I can get into the top 20. That's a goal of mine. If it happens, great. If you shoot for the moon and don't get there, at least it will be a lot higher than where I am now."

Until then, Young's expectations are his own.

"I'm really happy with the place I am now," he said. "I'm just playing for myself and to prove some things to myself and just to make me happy and not anybody else."

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