The law admits that he struggled with revised expectations since the first European Tour victory

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David Law won the ISPS Handa Vic Open in February

David Law admits that he has to acclimatize to become a winner of the European tour – as well as the rising heat – this week in Malaysia.

Law and Stephen Gallacher are the only two Scots to play in this week's Maybank championship.

It comes a month after winning Law & # 39; s his maiden title in Australia.

"Expectation changes, whether it's from yourself or from other people, and I've been fighting my game a little over the past few weeks," Law said.

This is the 27-year debut season on the European Tour and he won the ISPS Handa Vic Open in February, but missed the cut in his last three events in Australia, Oman and Qatar.

"I haven't played well at all since I won," said Law, who was the opinion of a former Open winner.

"Paul Lawrie told me that you will feel that things have changed just as much as you will, your circumstance has changed a lot and it takes time to get used to it and get your head around.

"As well as I enjoyed the victory and everything that goes with it, it's time to leave that behind me. and try to be more successful.

"It will be piping hot here in Malaysia, but I handle the heat fairly well – for a Scot anyway – so we'll see how I do it on Thursday night."

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