Three-time major winner Padraig Harrington has claimed he is fully prepared to take on what he describes as "the ultimate test of golf", the Augusta National course.
The Irishman is yet to pick up the most revered item of golf clothing in the world, the famous green jacket, and he is desperate to add it to his major titles.
Harrington, who has slipped down the world ranking in recent years, has had a series of mixed performances at The Masters with his best result so far a tie for fifth place.
However, the 39-year-old told Sky Sports News that his game is in good shape going into this year's event.
"It's pretty much the ultimate test of golf. It would be very special to win there. It doesn't have to be this year, though. We will just have to wait and see," Harrington told the news provider.
"I'm very happy with my preparations so far, (I'm) very comfortable with my game."
Harrington will be facing tough competition in the 75th Masters event from reigning champion Phil Mickelson and current world number one Martin Kaymer.