“It’s hard to get a schedule and that’s something I’ve never had to deal with before because when you’re 250th in the world, it doesn’t matter. It’s a case of ‘this is where you’re going to play,’” he said.
“At the minute I’m sort of hanging around the world’s top 50. If I can be in the top 50 after the USPGA, I think there’s a possibility of playing at the Memorial, Jack Nicklaus’s tournament, which would be very, very special and then it’s top 60 after the PGA gets into the US Open.
“A lot depends on my world ranking but it’s a nice problem to have. When you lose your card at the age of 46, a lot of people are writing you off and so to come back the way that I’ve come back, when I finish playing, whenever that will be, that will probably be something I’m most proud of.”