Tommy Fleetwood has particular reason to embrace this November edition of the Masters.
‘It’s been a very average season to this point and now I’ve got a chance to make it a career-changing one,’ he said.
After a meteoric rise since winning in Abu Dhabi at the start of 2017, the 29-year-old family man has struggled to find his best form during the pandemic. He was reluctant to leave home when the game resumed in June following lockdown and did not play well in America when he did.
Tommy Fleetwood has said that he is excited by shot at career-changing victory at the Masters
It is probably not a coincidence that his three best performances since March came in the three events he has played in Europe. Even then, he was annoyed that he did not convert a glorious opportunity to win the Scottish Open in September.
‘Right now I’m looking at it as one of those…