He has won a maiden Major at The Open Championship, a first Rolex Series event at the BMW PGA Championship, won the 2018 Race to Dubai, become the first European to win five points at a Ryder Cup and won his first two events in America on the US PGA Tour since last April.
While always a modest character, the 36-year-old does not deny he is currently the best he has ever been, and he is eager to continue working hard to make the most of this golden run of golf.
"There's been a lot of work going in the last few years and sometimes it doesn't pay off straight away," said Molinari, who caddied for his brother Edoardo at this event in 2006.
"It's taken a while but obviously now success is coming quite often and that's a nice feeling. I'll try to keep working to keep the success coming and win as many tournaments as I can. I'm not a spring chicken anymore so I need to make the most of it."I'm in a much different position to where I was coming in the last few years. I don't want to deny that or I can't deny that. I feel good about my game but at the beginning of the week, I think pretty much everyone does.
"I still have to go through all the work and the process that got me to this point and hopefully it will get me even further forward in my career."
Being such a brilliant ball-striker, Molinari's record at Augusta National would come as a surprise to many, but the six time European Tour winner believes he knows where improvement was needed and that he has achieved it.