Patrick Reed considers his game is at a excellent place as he calls for his first success on European soil.
The former Masters champion makes his second three appearances in as many weeks about the Tour, with Reed trying to build to a finish at the Porsche European Open.
Reed was passed an Honorary Life Membership by the Union in February, scale up the Rush to Dubai positions ahead of a busy end and with the 29-year-old looking to reestablish in Amsterdam.
“It [his match ] is trending,” Reed said. “I feel as I’ve been playing some solid golf here recently and I feel that this year has been a big learning experience for me after winning the previous year.
“That being said, I feel that is the match’s where it must be, continue on to mill and continue on to go out there and take it day by day and attempt to have chances to win Sunday.
“I shall play this week, I’m playing next week as well I shall go home for a few weeks. I’ve three in South Korea and China, using the PGA Tour.
“Hopefully after that Dubai afterward Hong Kong, therefore I’m not stopping anytime soon. I’m likely to be on the road quite a bit and I’ll look forward to it and end off the calendar year ”
Reed plays alongside Thomas Pieters and Matt Wallace for the initial two rounds, while Sergio Garcia aims to join the likes of Seve Ballesteros and Jos?? Mar??a Olaz??bal as Spanish winners of the occasion.
“There’s a great deal of Spanish history with the occasion and hopefully we will have a fantastic solid week and will try and have a fantastic chance of winning on Sunday,” Garcia said.
“When I’ve a fantastic week to move up the Race to Dubai Rankings which would be a nice thing to do, so it is but one of the aims. I feel fairly good.
“I played fairly well for the most part in Crans, so we could continue on the exact identical line and maintain the momentum going.”
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