Victor Dubuisson is feeling good ahead of the Czech Masters in Prague this weekend as he looks to continue his form.
The European Tour stops off at the Albatross Golf Club in Prague for the second D D Real Czech Masters on Thursday.
The Frenchman missed the inaugural event in 2014, but is looking forward to this year's tournament.
"I am looking forward to it," said the 2014 Ryder Cup star on europeantour.com.
"Last year I couldn't play, so I am happy to be here this year. It is a great opportunity to have another win. This week will be a good week to try to win and try to get my Race to Dubai ranking up.
"This year has not been as good as it was last year for me – it's not a great season, so I really hope to do well this week and get my ranking up. I will do my best and I think the course will suit me."
The world number 50 has had a poor year, missing seven cuts and notching up just two top ten places. However, Dubuisson can be proud of his tied for 18th place at the PGA Championships, a result he is looking to build on this weekend.
"My form is starting to come back a little bit," revealed the 25-year-old.
"The problem was my putting. For six months my putting was really, really bad. I had to do something, so I changed my putter.
"I worked quite a bit on it, and the last few weeks I’m doing better. I had a good result in the US PGA and I feel I am going to have a good end to the season."
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