World number four Graeme McDowell will be wearing his lucky golf clothing when he faces his Ryder Cup teammate Ross Fisher on Thursday.
The players will clash in the second round of the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship in Tucson.
Speaking ahead of the match and after his win over US golfer Heath Slocum, McDowell said: "Ross is a great match player and a great driver of the ball, which really helps a lot around this golf course."
"But if I play the way I played today I'll have a great chance."
McDowell, who is currently fourth in the world rankings, could face youngster Rory McIlory in the final of the tournament if he keeps up current form. In the past two years McDowell has left the tournament on opening day, but this could be his year.
McIlory will take on Ben Crane in the second round having defeated the Jonathan Byrd.