Whether it be an amateur looking to reduce their handicap or a professional wanting to win again on the European Tour, every golfer has goals.
We asked six European Tour players, from Tour rookies to Major winners, what their aims are for the 2020 season ahead.
He may have won the Claret Jug in 2010 by a comfortable seven strokes, but that hasn’t stopped the South African wanting to contend again in the Majors and move back inside the top 10 of the Official World Golf Rankings.
2020 is a Ryder Cup year and being part of Team Europe at Whistling Straits is at the top of the five-time European Tour winner’s goals.
Having featured in Europe’s last visit to the States, Fitzpatrick will be keen to avenge the defeat should he make the team.
In just his third professional start, Tom Lewis won his maiden European Tour title at the Portugal Masters – a title that he would win again in 2018.
After moving inside the top 50 in the world last year, the Englishman has big plans for 2020 which include winning again this year and breaking into the world’s top 30.
A Rolex Series winner in 2018, Brandon Stone is no stranger to the pressures of the European Tour.
Firing up the World Rankings is at the top of the South African’s goals for this season, but we’ve all been there in terms of goal number three…
Throughout the season players will no doubt have one eye on the Tokyo Olympics in the summer and, aside from playing in one of the four Majors, this is one of Italian Francesco Laporta’s goals.
In his rookie season on Tour, Poland’s first European Tour player will be doing all he can to retain his playing rights – doing so by improving his scoring average and working on his fitness.