Jason Day will be donning his Adidas golf clothing this week in a bid to defend his Byron Nelson Championship title in Texas.
The young Australian has been in good form in recent months, contending in the last two majors, and he is returning to the scene of his maiden victory full of confidence.
"I've contended in a couple of majors now and I've grown on the course and off the course, which has been nice. It's been a really exciting last 12 months," he explained.
"My confidence coming into this event is obviously high. I don't want to sound too cocky but I feel good about my game and where I am right now, mentally."
Day finished joint second in the Masters this year behind Charl Schwatrzel and he has described his performance at Augusta as the "highlight of the year".
The Australian will come up against some tough competition at the Byron Nelson Championship with four of the world's top 20 players in the field.