Tiger Woods' record on the European Tour has been praised by fellow pro Mark O'Meara.
Woods returned to the Tour in Dubai this week with his sights set on adding to his remarkable record.
It is the 35-year-olds 99th appearance on the circuit since he turned pro, and he's claimed 38 victories in that time.
With 11 runner-up spots, five top-three finishes and 23 instances where he's been in the top ten, it's clear to see why O'Meara is so impressed.
"It's good for golf when Tiger plays well, so hopefully this year will be a good year for him," the 54-year-old said.
"I believe in my heart that Tiger has been great for the game. He's brought a tremendous amount of excitement and everybody has benefited from that.
"It's in his DNA to win golf tournaments and play and compete. He's a competitor."
Woods has not made the best start in Dubai, having gone through the first 12 holes on two over par.