Graeme McDowell is aiming to redeem himself at the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship this week.
The Northern Irishman has a poor record at the event, but is looking to put that right and try to replicate the form he showed in his golf clothing at the Ryder Cup.
It was the 31-year-old's nerves of steel in holing a birdie putt which sealed Europe's victory at Celtic Manor, and he was won 15 of the 21 head-to-heads he's played in that event, the Walker Cup and Seve Trophy.
However, his record in individual match play events is less impressive, having been dumped out in the first round of the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship in three out of four attempts.
"I look back at the last two years and I've had my clubs in their flight bag at 12.30 on day one," he told a press conference.
"You start to think that this is the worst event in the world, but I have actually played pretty well the last couple of years and shot the equivalent of 67s and still gone home.
"That's the nature of the beast. You run into a guy who plays great and you have got to try and play better than him. Simple as that."