Adam Scott is in his native Australia this week aiming to win the Fortinet Australian PGA Championship for the third time.
Apart from that, however, he has much bigger ambitions - to win the three Majors that have so far eluded him for a career Grand Slam.
Scott's only major win so far came in the 2013 Masters. He was just 32 at the time and became world number one the following year,
suggesting it could be a matter of time before he added to his tally.
While another Major victory has yet to materialize, the 42-year-old still thinks he can win the remaining three.
Ahead of this week's Royal Queensland tournament, he said: “I think I wanted to win all the Majors, and that sounds like a lot, but it's actually three more events.
I am still very healthy. I'm still swinging the golf ball well and I've got a lot of experience and I'm just trying to put it together."
Scott certainly came closer to winning a Major, suggesting that if he can recapture his best form, he can achieve his ambitions.
After winning at Augusta National, Scott tied for fourth at the 2015 US Open and then tied for third at the 2018 PGA Championship.